05 Jun 19 - Community Alert - 11th District Burglary - P19-N-145CA
This alert gives notice of recent burglaries which have occurred in the 011th District. In two of these incidents, the offender(s) made entry into an apartment by damaging the door of the apartment or entering through a window and took property. In an additional incident, the offender(s) attempted to kick in the door but were unsuccessful. In another incident, the offender(s) made forced entry into the apartment through a door and damaged several items of property within the residence but did not remove any property.
25 May 2019 - Police Involved Shooting - 1100 S
CHICAGO – On Saturday, May 25, 2019 at approximately 10:11 p.m., 11th District tactical officers were on routine patrol addressing large crowds in the vicinity of the 1100 block of S. Whipple, when they observed a male subject drinking an alcoholic beverage in a vacant lot. The officers exited their vehicle and approached the subject to conduct a field interview at which time the subject fled on foot. Officers pursued the offender to an alley where he fired his weapon in the direction of the officers, which resulted in the officers discharging their weapons, striking the offender. The offender was transported to an area hospital for treatment of his wounds and is listed in critical condition. No officers were struck by gunfire and a weapon was recovered on scene.
17 Apr 19 - Community Alert - 11th District Hijacking -CA P19-N-106
Vehicular Hijackings in which two to five offenders rob their victims at gunpoint and take their cars are occurring in the 11th District:
12 Apr 19 - CA MVT 11th District
This alert gives notice of recent vehicle thefts that have occurred in the 011th District in/around the area of (Division-Fulton and Central Park-Monticello). In these incidents, a victim typically parks their vehicle and later discovers that an unknown offender stole it. Times and locations are listed below:
This alert gives notice of commercial burglaries to restaurants, convenience stores, and storage facilities. The method of entry has varied based on the structure. The offender made access through roof vents at single story structures and pried/broke doors and windows on larger commercial buildings. Once inside, the offender demolished walls to gain access to registers and offices when necessary. The registers were pried open and an unknown amount of US currency was taken, along with other property.