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Wednesday Blotter: 'Big Pimp' at Hotel

The following arrest information was supplied by the Skokie Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction. At Skokie Patch, we update our blotter daily.

Aggravated assault

Police responded to an aggravated assault complaint at European Massage School, 4905 Old Orchard Road, on Feb. 9. According to the report, a student asked a classmate a question, to which her peer responded, “Next time you ask a question, I’m going to stab you with a pen.”

The offender did not stab her fellow classmate, but she was charged with aggravated assault, police said.

“Big pimp” at hotel

Police responded to an assault complaint at Extended Stay Hotel, 5211 Old Orchard Road, on Feb. 12.

A man who called himself the “big pimp” attacked a woman at the hotel, police said. The offender pushed the woman into a wall and the victim fought back by hitting the man with a yellow plastic sign, the report stated.

The offender fled the scene after the woman stated that she called police. No arrests were made.

Residential burglary

Police responded to a burglary in the 5000 block of Greenleaf Street on Feb. 12. According to the report, the offender(s) pried open an east side door to gain entry. Once inside, several pieces of jewelry, an iPad, MacBook and other items were stolen.

Theft from auto

Police responded to a theft from auto complaint at Old Orchard Mall on Feb. 12. According to the report, the offender(s) smashed out the driver’s side window to gain entry. However, nothing was missing from the vehicle, the report stated.

Vehicle vandalism

Police responded to a criminal damage complaint in the 4800 block of Main Street on Feb. 11. According to the report, an unknown person(s) used a sharp object to scratch the exterior of a parked vehicle.

Home vandalism

An unknown person(s) smashed out the window of a home in the 8300 block of Hamlin Avenue with a snowball on Feb. 12, police said.

Counterfeit bill

Police responded to a deceptive practice complaint at Little Caesars, 3535 Dempster St., on Feb. 13. The manager told police that a customer purchased a meal using a counterfeit $100 bill. No arrests were made.

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