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Pot possession charge for Chicago man at White Castle • Thief finds illegal way to plan a wedding • Harvey man accused of smelly crime • Man looking for a boost steals supplements ... This week's roundup of weird crime news in the Southland.
Police & Fire
A protest against alleged profiling by local police departments is scheduled to march down 95th Street this Saturday.
A graduate student who has filed a $1.5 million civil suit against Oak Lawn is leading a protest against allegations of racial profiling by Evergreen Park and Oak Lawn police departments.
Some drivers stopped by police get right to the point when it comes to tests for sobriety: "I’m not gonna blow into anything.” Find out what happened during this and other incidents in this week's roundup of Southland DUI arrests.
Nothing up their sleeves, except for bottles of booze • Kids joy ride in park district golf cart • WD-40 can allegedly used to hide pot … This week's roundup of weird crime news in the Southland.
Preliminary findings from an autopsy on a baby boy found dead at a recycling center show the infant was less than seven days old and born premature. Police are continuing to investigate where the child came from.
Chicago cop helps catch thieves in Evergreen Park, police say.
A word of advice: It's probably a good idea to stop driving when the airbags are deployed and an axle is broken. Read about this and other reports in Patch's weekly roundup of Southland DUI arrests.
Man accused of threatening bus driver • Cop critic ends up with DUI charges • Driver charged with DUI after being spotted with deployed airbags, possible broken axle … This week's roundup of weird crime news in the Southland.
Employees of Resource Management Company in Chicago Ridge discovered the child wrapped in a towel inside a discarded cooler Wednesday morning. Investigators have narrowed down the sources of the trash to two communities.
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