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My neighbor came to my house

On Saturday evening my neighbor came over to my house talking loudly to me I asked her to lower her voice she did for a while my neighbor got mad cause I called the Alderman and told the alderman about her kids throwing rocks up on my porch all over my yard and swing on my lift they throw garbage out of there Mother car over in my yard every time I have tried to talk to the mother about...

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On Saturday evening my neighbor came over to my house talking loudly to me I asked her to lower her voice she did for a while my neighbor got mad cause I called the Alderman and told the alderman about her kids throwing rocks up on my porch all over my yard and swing on my lift they throw garbage out of there Mother car over in my yard every time I have tried to talk to the mother about her kids and the dog she gets mad and starte getting loud so now she came over my house mad cause she said I called section 8 on her she showed me some letter with my name on it then she went off again and went got her brother and came back to my house he talk to my son asking what could we do to end this situation all the same time she was going off loud as she would be nothing has changed she’s bringing people to my house more trouble and yes I called the Alderman’s office yesterday morning I own my house I’m not section 8 she is taking picture of my house I don’t know why her and her friends was outside doing that Saturday night I herd her friend telling her she needed to go and lay down cause she was high she kept right on acting crazy curing Till way over in the night it’s a hot mess

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Man Running From Police Gets Stuck in Chimney

He then exited his vehicle and fled on foot, authorities said, scaling a building near the intersection of East 115th Street and South Michigan Avenue. Police said the man started "jumping rooftop to rooftop," at which point he became trapped in a chimney.

    Man Running From Police Gets Stuck in Chimney
    A man was taken into custody early Friday after authorities said he got stuck inside a chimney while running from police. The incident took place at around 2 a.m. in Chicago's West Pullman neighborhood on the city's South Side, officials said.
    https://www.nbcchicago.com

May 04

Man running from police gets stuck in chimney on South Side

Police found the man in the 100 block of East 115th Street and had to call for help to extricate him from the chimney.

    Man running from police gets stuck in chimney on South Side
    CHICAGO -- A man fleeing from Chicago police overnight was caught after becoming stuck inside a chimney on the city's South Side. Police found the man in the 100 block of East 115th Street and had to call for help to extricate him from the chimney.
    http://wgntv.com

May 04

Man allegedly running from police gets stuck in South Side chimney

...South Side.Police were reportedly running after a man just before 2 a.m. near East 115th Street and South Michigan Avenue in the city's Roseland neighborhood.The suspect apparently got desperate and rushed into a...

    Man gets stuck in South Side chimney
    Today's Top Stories WATCH NOW BREAKING NEWS ATF agent shot in head in Back of the Yards; manhunt underway TOP VIDEOS BREAKING NEWS ATF agent shot in head in Back of the Yards; manhunt underway A man was found stuck in a chimney on Chicago's South Side.
    http://abc7chicago.com

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