A 52-year-old man from Reno, Nevada was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun after he was caught on Saturday, April 14, with two handguns and ammunition in his duffle bag while boarding a bus at the Greyhound station, 630 W. Harrison St.
David Terrell accused of threatening to throw ex-girlfriend over balcony
Two men lost a pair of textbooks and then their two rental bicycles in a concerted theft by three men while riding along the Riverwalk at 30 E. Lower Wacker Drive 2:15 p.m. Monday, April 9.
A man caught driving the wrong way on a one-way street was charged with possession of crack Sunday, April 1, after police said they found the rock-like narcotic in a shoe-box in his car. Police charged Dantril D. Edinburg, 30, of Zion, after patrol officers saw him driving northbound at 7:15 p.m. on a one-way southbound street in the vicinity of 500 South Wabash.
A 38-year-old Chicago man was arrested for assault at a Blue Line station at 130 W. Congress Parkway on Thursday, March 22, after police said he pulled a knife on them. Police were called to the station at 10:10 p.m. to investigate a report of a gang disturbance when a CTA employee pointed to a man who was allegedly part of the disturbance. Police said when they went to question the man, he allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened them before an officer knocked the knife out of his hand with a baton.
A 32-year-old homeless man reported he was robbed at 12:30 p.m., March 13, in the 300 block of West Lower Wacker Drive. The man, who gave his address as the 300 block of Lower Wacker Drive, told police he was at “home” when a silver four-door Acura pulled up and a man got out and asked for a dollar. When the victim refused to provide the dollar, the man pulled out a handgun and demanded his money and jewelry.
A man who said he had a gun and threatened to “shoot up the place,” robbed Citibank, 69 W. Washington St., at around 2:30 p.m. on March 12, making off with about $1,500.
A man wearing a safety vest, a mask and yellow gloves or mittens robbed Chicago Community Bank on Thursday, March 1 without showing a weapon. Police said a man came into the bank at 52 E. Lake St. at around 10:30 a.m. March 1, and approached a teller, saying “Give me everything you have and don’t press any safety buttons.” Police said the teller, a 21-year-old Bolingbrook woman, thought the man had a weapon in his coat pocket and gave him $3,670, police said, before he fled east on Lake Street.