From Crime in Wrigleyville and Boystown
While common citizens were being robbed and enduring long waits for the police, one 19th district resident enjoyed premium police service
At 4:06AM, a 19th district car that is assigned to park in the alley behind Mayor Rahm Emanuel's home reported "suspicious activity."
A white male walked through a gate a couple of doors away. The officer reported that the man was "knocking on a door, coughing and stuff."
Within 45 seconds, another police unit was told to go to the mayor's alley to help deal with the "suspicious man." At the same time another 19th district car that is assigned to the mayor's house also moved in on the suspicious man.
Friends, neighbors, you can relax. The mayor is safe. The "suspicious man" was setting up for a Saturday morning yard sale. Don't you beating victims feel stupid for trying to suck police protection away from important matters like suspicious yard sale set-up?