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Avondale’s D-Men Tap Uses Coronavirus Donations To Provide Food, Supplies To West Side Cleanup Crews And Neighbors
"Everyone can do something to help," co-owner Shawn Podgurski said.
Officers Who Violently Pulled Woman Out Of Car At Brickyard Mall Stripped Of Police Powers During Investigation
But a Chicago police spokeswoman on Friday said "nothing has changed at this time with the status of the officers" and the investigation is ongoing.
The giveaway will kick off Saturday morning at 3601 W. Chicago Ave.
The protest will start Saturday morning at Union Park.
In ‘Vicious’ Police Attack Of Black Woman Outside Northwest Side Mall, Family Demands Criminal Investigation: ‘It Has To Stop’
The family is demanding the disorderly conduct charge filed against victim Mia Wright be dropped. "I was in my car with my family. ... just driving. I could've died. ... the way I was just tossed out the vehicle like an animal."
A spokesman for the Chicago Fire Department said firefighters arrived on the scene to find "windows busted out, stuff strewn about," but it’s unclear if the looting occurred immediately before the fire or not.
Fewer than 10 Logan Square businesses were hit in the weekend spree, according to the local chamber of commerce.
Gunshots erupted throughout the neighborhood Monday night, but police could only confirm one shooting.
Esam Hani recruited about 10 friends, family members and employees to help him stand guard Sunday night from 4:30 p.m. until about 2 a.m. to prevent people from damaging his businesses.