Police scanner activity from April 24 courtesy: News-Star online at yournews.com
-A 3:28 p.m. police call said “There is a sex offense at the Broncho Billy Playlot at 4734 N. Magnolia. “It’s a sex offense behind the playlot. A male white was taking off his pants. He is now headed eastbound.”
-A 3:04 p.m. call said “We have a male black causing a disturbance at 2010 W. Montrose. He is yelling, cursing and threatening people at the bus stop. Then he got on Bus #6191 and he’s headed eastbound right now.”
-At 3:08 p.m. a call said “There is theft in progress. A male black is taking security tags out of the books” at the Borders at 4718 N. Broadway.
-Police received a complaint that vendors were hawking food and wares at Montrose Harbor without city permits. An officer said one vendor has a permit, but another needed to know where to get one at 2:11 p.m. and was told the vendor can go to City Hall and get a permit from the Revenue Department.
-A battery in progress was reported at the Wilson Red Line Station at 3:30 p.m. Then, a call at 3:32 p.m. said “I’m over there. The guy already got on the train.”
-A call at 2:09 p.m. said a suspicious man was sitting in his car talking on a cell phone for over an hour at 4650 N. Sheridan. Backup was sent.
-People drinking at 4402 N. Sheridan at 1:04 p.m. were disrupting CTA bus operations.