On the Clock11/21/2012
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REAL KICK IN THE STUMP
Cops were dispatched to the 300 block of East Leland regarding a fight between a woman and an alleged drunk guy, Alejandro Gonzalez, 23, of Wisconsin, about child custody issues. As the argument heated up, the suspect allegedly kicked the wheelchair-bound woman in her stump (amputated leg). A wrestling match reportedly ensued between the woman’s husband and the suspect on the living room floor. The fight continued outside, as the alleged victims tried to call police. The suspect told police he had drank two Four Locos earlier. He was arrested for simple assault.
Linns Super Value received a phone call from an unlisted number around 11 a.m. on Nov. 12. The person on the phone said his name was Carlos Medina and that he worked for Mid-American Energy. He told the victim that the power would be shut off if they don’t receive a partial payment. The victim confirmed with Mid-Am that this was an attempted scam. Graziano Brothers had filed a similar report an hour earlier, claiming an unknown male caller stated Mid-Am was going to cut off service due to the bill being delinquent. Ms. Graziano was asked by the caller to meet him at a the Mid-Am office to pay the overdue bill, and she refused according to reports. She called Mid-American and learned it was a scam.
THAT’S A SLAP TO THE FACE
A woman called police to press simple assault charges on a man who had called her to apologize for hitting her son around 9:45 p.m. on Nov. 10. He admitted that he was at the 900 block of East 22nd Street getting his dog out of a van. The boy was allegedly messing around with and yelling at the dog, commanding it to stay in the car. The suspect got mad at the kid for yelling at his dog and slapped him across the face. There were no visible injuries on the victim’s face, and police were unable to make contact with the suspect. CV