A robber slapped a 32-year-old Chicago woman in the face in the 1700 block of Sherman Avenue and took her cell phone and $20 in cash. This among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.

Robbery

1700 Sherman

A robber stole a cell phone and $20 in cash after slapping his victim, a 32-year-old Chicago woman, in the face on the sidewalk in the 1700 block of Sherman Avenue just before 9 p.m. yesterday.

Burglary

 

1700 Main

Tools were taken from a construction site in the 1700 block of Main Street between 3 p.m. Monday and 8:30 a.m. yesterday.

Graffiti

Madison at Florence

Graffiti was discovered on the street at Madison Street and Florence Avenue at 4:38 p.m. yesterday.

Sheridan at Arnold

Graffiti was discovered on the sidewalk near Sheridan Road and Arnold Place at 11:20 a.m. yesterday.

800 Sheridan

Graffiti was discovered at a park in the 800 block of Sheridan Road at midnight yesterday.

900 Davis 

Graffiti was discovered on railroad property in the 900 block of Davis Street at 7:13 a.m. today.

Theft

2500 Prairie

Jewelry was removed from the bedroom of an apartment in the 2500 block of Prairie Avenue between 6:45 a.m. and 6:07 p.m. yesterday.

2200 Ridge

A bicycle that was secured in an apartment common area in the 2200 block of Ridge Avenue was stolen between July 20 and 6 p.m. yesterday.

Traffic

1325 Howard

Bianca M. Feliciano, 26, of 3116 N. Major Ave., Chicago, was arrested at 1325 Howard St. at 6:32 p.m. yesterday and charged with a traffic violation. She is due in court on Sept. 3 at 10:30 a.m.

An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt, which can only be determined by a court of law. Court appearances take place in Cook County 2nd District Circuit Court in Skokie.  

Related Document:

Crime Bulletin (14Aug19)

Charles Bartling

A resident of Evanston since 1975, Chuck Bartling holds a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and has extensive experience as a reporter and editor for daily newspapers, radio...

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