WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24
A 27-year-old Chicago Heights woman told police she came home from visiting a neighbor to find the Gary, IN man she was dating sitting inside his vehicle, which was parked in her driveway. The man got out of the vehicle and struck the woman twice in the face with a closed fist, according to the report. He then left the area. Police saw no obvious injuries on the woman and she refused medical attention, according to the report.
A 44-year-old Chicago Heights woman told police she was looking out the window of her apartment and saw her ex-boyfriend standing near her husband's vehicle. The woman said she then saw her ex swing an unknown object at the vehicle, breaking the driver and passenger side front windows, according to the report. He then got into a green Buick LeSabre and fled.
A 19-year-old Chicago Heights woman told police she got into an argument with her 20-year-old boyfriend about finances and decided to leave for the evening. The woman returned the next day to find her clothing cut and several electronics broken. When she confronted her boyfriend he pulled her by her arm "in an aggressive manner," according to the report. The woman said she then saw all four tires of her vehicle were flat. When police arrived the boyfriend was gone.
MONDAY, OCT. 22
Bricks and Bed Frames
A 45-year-old Chicago Heights woman told police several unknown men were in front of her 17th Street home shouting, "Which one of you fought my sister?" One of the men then tried to push open the front door, according to the police report. Finally men threw a brick and part of a bed frame through the front window of her residence before fleeing in a white Dodge Charger and a maroon Dodge Neon, according to the report.
Take a look at last week's police stories:
- 6-Year-Old Boy Calls Police as Mom is Choked
- Injured Pit Bull Found in Heights Woman's Back Yard: Police Blotter
- Meat Thieves Flee Country Squire: Police Blotter
- Woman Allegedly Hits Boyfriend With Pontiac After Fight in Parking Lot
- Motorcyclist Name-Drops Secretary of State to Avoid Citation: Police Blotter
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