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Bleeding Man Wanders Wrong Hallway and Nanny Crime

A look at weird crimes in the Chicago area

By Emily Stone and David MacLean

And this little piggy went to jail

A Skokie resident reported that her nanny removed $120 from her daughter’s piggy bank and a $5,000 diamond ring.

’This’ll show ‘em for throwing the book at me

A 26-year-old Glenview man was arrested after he threw his wallet at a police officer trying to make a traffic stop.

The difference between drunk suburban biker and horror movie not as big as you might think

A Northfield resident called police at 2 a.m. to report that a possibly intoxicated, bleeding man, holding a bicycle helmet was banging on doors and walls in hallways of an apartment building. Police found the man, a Northfield resident who didn't know the source of his injuries and lived in a different building.

Maybe the windshield shouldn't have taunted the pumpkin like that

A pumpkin crashed through a vehicle’s windshield in Glenview, breaking it. The estimated loss is $499.
Troy November 03, 2013 at 04:10 PM
Hey, that's a real knee slapper. A Skokie resident hires a nanny to care for their children in their home and then steals cash and jewelry from them. Skokie Patch, let us know when you're performing at Zanie's—you're hilarious.

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