Man Charged In With Forcing Woman In Trunk; Raping And Kidnapping HerA man has been charged with carjacking a woman in Wrigleyville, forcing her into the trunk, and raping her, before leading police on a chase that ended in West Pullman.
North Side Residents Uneasy Amid Attacks On WomenNeighbors met Tuesday night with police and the local alderman to ask for more lights, more cameras and more manpower.
Wrigleyville Kidnapping, Rape May Be Related To Earlier Attack: PoliceIn the most recent incident, on Thursday evening, a man with a gun approached a woman an alley behind her apartment in the 3700 block of North Fremont.
Carjacker Forces Woman Into Her Trunk, Crashes 23 Miles AwayA carjacker forced a woman into the trunk of her car in Wrigleyville on Thursday night, and drove her 23 miles to the West Pullman neighborhood before crashing into a tree.
Woman Caught In Michaels Rant Reportedly Attacked In WrigleyvilleA Chicago woman whose angry tirade at a Michaels craft store went viral last month reportedly was attacked in a Wrigleyville apartment building last week.
3 Men Charged With Wrigleyville Armed RobberiesJoseph Lewis, 20, Donzell Lloyd, 19, and Jwan Farley, 20, are all charged with one felony count of robbery and two felony counts of aggravated robbery indicating that they were armed with a firearm, according to a statement from Chicago Police.
2 Men Charged With Wrigleyville Armed RobberiesTwo men have been charged with a pair of armed robberies early Saturday in the Wrigleyville neighborhood on the North Side.
Emma: Wrigleyville Won't Soon Forget The Night It Celebrated A World SeriesThe party of the century broke out in Wrigleyville soon after the Cubs finally won the World Series.
Excerpts From Chicago Police Scanner After Cubs World Series WinSome Cubs fans thought it'd be a good idea to steal an entire electrical pole.
Businesses Fear Unruly Crowds After Game 7Businesses near Wrigley Field, and beyond, are wondering how crowds will react after Game 7 of the World Series.
With One Game Left, Cubs Fans Raring To Go In WrigleyvilleFrom toddlers in strollers to a group of nurses who drove down from Skokie,fans wanted to soak it all in Wednesday morning, after the Cubs pummeled the Indians in Game 6 to even the series.
City Getting Ready For Big Cubs Crowds For Game 7 Of World SeriesWin or lose, Chicago police said they’re prepared for crowds in Wrigleyville during the decisive Game 7 of the World Series, when crowds of Cubs fans are almost certain to be the biggest we’ve seen yet.