Sunday, June 7, 2009

Another Uptown Afternoon

Heard on the Police Scanner June 5

Courtesy of News Star online at

-“A male black carrying a walkman is exposing himself to people” at 4208 N. Broadway at 4:18 p.m. “He’s wearing a denim jacket with a red bulldog on it.” Then, "We’ve got someone matching that description at Broadway and Buena,” said a 4:20 p.m. call

-"A male is pulling down his pants at Broadway and Belle Plaine" at 4:25 p.m. “That’s not the same guy as before is it?” asked the dispatcher. “No, it’s not,” replied an officer.

-“An anonymous call. There are three adults drinking at the playlot,” at 4648 N. Malden, said a 4:07 p.m. police call.

-Six counterfeit checks were reported at the N. Broadway and W. Irving Park Road currency exchange at 3:45 p.m. 

-“There are a bunch of kids over here” causing a disturbance at W. Wilson Ave. spreading from N. Kenmore Ave. to N. Sheridan Road at 3:24 p.m. “It’s a big crowd.” Backup was sent with multiple cars. 

-“A person wanted” was walking at Broadway and Wilson at 3:34 p.m. “The male black” snatched a cell phone and was walking down the street, the caller said. An arrest was then called in at Broadway and Sunnyside at 3:36 p.m. “Can you tell the sergeant we are bringing one in from that,” said the officer.

-There was a traffic accident at 4651 N. Winthrop at 3:31 p.m.


  1. Another fun filled Uptown day in the Shillerville......Go get them CPD and lock them up once and for all...........

  2. 4208 N. Broadway is a daycare center--SO glad to know a man was exposing himself over there.

  3. Barry, we don't "lock them up once and for all", at least not here in Crook County. We lock them up and then the judge let's them go. For a better explanation of how it works, contact the family of Alex Valadez.They can explain it better than I.