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Rotten Chicago 9/2



    Rotten Chicago 9/2
    Rotten Chicago's our nightly look at city crime.

    Rotten Chicago's our nightly glimpse at the city's festering underbelly. Read on, stay safe.

    Nose Mutilated in Rogers Park
    2000 block of West Greenleaf Avenue
    A person's nose was partially cut off Wednesday night in Rogers Park when the person was struck in the face with a bottle. The victim was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, and the incident was classified as a battery.

    S.W.A.T. Standoff
    1000 block of Warrington Rd., Deerfield
    STNGwire: After a five-hour S.W.A.T. standoff, police arrested a 35-year-old man at his home who allegedly told his parents “I’m going to shoot you," though he apparently didn't have a gun. The man surrendered after police broke a house window, threw in a telephone, and convinced him to come out. Charges are pending.

    Ice Cream Vendor Touched Himself: Teens
    111 W. Butterfield Rd., Elmhurst
    STNGwire: Police charged a 66-year-old ice cream truck driver with disorderly conduct for allegedly touching himself while handing out ice cream to 14-year-olds. The man allegedly asked the teens to kiss before handing them the ice cream.

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