Raped on King Drive

10/03/2012 10:00 PM

Mike Ulreich

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A 16-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped and raped by a man in a white van while waiting at a bus stop at 4:50 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 in 2200 block of South Martin Luther King Drive.

The girl told police she was standing at the bus stop when a white van approached and a man wearing a black ski mask jumped out and grabbed her. The man then blind-folded her and drove around for 20 to 30 minutes before raping her and then driving her back to the bus stop, this time without a blindfold.

The girl got home at 7 p.m. and her mother called police. The girl was examined a doctor, police said, who pronounced her in stable condition.

Sexual assault outside library


A woman said she sexually assaulted outside the Harold Washington Library at 10 W. Van Buren St. at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 by a man who pulled her in the alley and tried to kiss her and molest her.

The woman said she was waiting at a bus stop when a man crossed the street, bumped into her and then grabbed her arm and pulled her in the alley and pushed her against a wall.

She said other people waiting at the bus stop yelled for him to stop and he walked away.

Downtown bank robbed


The Bank of America at 105 W. Madison Ave. was robbed of an undetermined amount of cash at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 1, by a man who did not display a weapon. Police said the man entered the bank and gave the teller a note that read, “Within 20 seconds — $3,000.”

The man then said “make it 100s and 50s.” The teller then went into her drawer and handed the man several 100 dollar bills and some 50s, police said, before fleeing. He was described as around 5-foot-9, 185 pounds with black hair, aged 30 to 40, wearing a black Cleveland Indians baseball cap, a black jacket and blue jeans.

Cigarette bummer


Police arrested a 27-year-old Chicago man Monday, Oct. 1 after he allegedly punched and kicked a 29-year-old Chicago woman for not lending him a smoke outside Millers Pub, 134 S. Wabash Ave.

Police said the man, identified as Adrian H. Terrones, of the 2300 block of South Kedzie Avenue, had been badgering the woman inside the restaurant for cigarettes and that when she went outside the restaurant and refused to give him another cigarette, he began shouting and yelling, grabbed her and threw to the ground and then began punching and kicking her.

He was subdued by people outside the restaurant and held for police, who charged him with battery.

Homeless beating leads to fight


A man described as looking like a “Republican,” was being sought in an assault on a woman from Moscow, Idaho during a wedding party Monday, Oct. 1 at the Blackstone Hotel at 636 S. Michigan Ave.

The woman told police she saw the perpetrator beating a homeless man outside the hotel at 2:15 a.m. Oct. 1, when the aggressor turned and asked her what she was looking at and “chest-bumped” her. A second man then pushed her through a revolving door.

As she was entering an elevator inside the hotel, the second man then jerked her off the elevator by her arm and kicked her in the knee, called her a “dyke” and “lesbian.” The woman told police she was bisexual.

The “Republican” was described only as having short grey hair. Police said they searched the hotel and the bridal suites but couldn’t find either man.

Hit with a chunk of concrete


Police charged a 49-year-old Chicago man with battery Monday, Oct. 1 after he allegedly hit another man in the back of the head with a chunk of concrete.

Police said they were responding to a call of someone throwing rocks at 2:20 p.m. Oct. 1 when they found the 65-year-old victim in the 500 block of South Michigan Avenue with a laceration to the back of his head. The man said he was standing at a bus stop when he was hit by a chuck of concrete.

Police later charged Reginald K. Stampley of the 100 block of South Green Street.

This summary contains information taken from the crime reports and arrest records from the 1st District of the Chicago Police Department. Anyone named has only been charged with a crime. The cases have not yet been adjudicated.

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By bizworldusa
Posted: 10/10/2012 7:29 AM

The police take any action on the man who was kidnapped and raped a girl.The police should punish him seviourly this type of works will never done in future. Thank you Bizworldusa