Listen: Chicago, Bob Roberts And Evanston discussed on WBBM Programming
"I'm Dave marr said, it's currently twenty seven degrees in Chicago. We have partly cloudy skies, and we're headed for lows between twelve and twenty degrees. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ B M, Chicago and Evanston police say it is a sign of the season that they like big turnouts for gun. Turn-ins WBZ BBN's Bob Roberts reports. An elderly woman turned in gun number five hundred half an hour before the turning event ended at Saint John's church forty fifth and kency. She said the long rifle had belonged to her uncle and told police she wanted no part of it. Lieutenant portray wine says the one hundred dollar a gun bounty was attracted. Oh, yeah. Wonderful. There's one person who had thirteen gone, so she's gonna have great questions thirteen hundred dollars. Yes. In Evanston, everyday is turn in day. But it's about netted fifty nine guns. Many said they acted after hearing about it here. Bob Roberts, NewsRadio one point nine FM. Chicago police are looking into the possibility that drug dealing may have led to the shooting in the loop this past week been hampered in the tunnel between two busy subway stations on Thursday. Police say the twenty seven year old was shot on the hip and has been arrested many times for four for narcotics and weapons related offenses the victim not cooperating in the case. And after a review of surveillance video investigators have not been able to identify suspect. The shooter who wore a blue surgical mask ran west through the tunnel. And either exited the subway we're gonna train new burner. Newsradio one or five point nine FM. At last report three people were in police custody as persons of interest after a small crowd began. Hurling rocks at a. Strip of houses in the north west side. Buck town neighborhood last night, according to police seven males walking through the Bloomingdale trail chucked stones at residential and commercial buildings in the twenty one hundred block of west Churchill street. Ten windows were shattered. Nobody was hurt. Police are questioning the three police have issued a community alert about a man who burglarized three homes last month in the Craigavon Calvin park and Belmont gardens neighborhoods on the northwest side in each incident. The man entered the homes by forcing the rear door open and police say every time he encountered the resident and then took off in one of the burglaries, though, he was successful in stealing jewellery and money. The burglaries happened in or on west."