Police were called to Pint’s, 112 S. York, around midnight on Sept. 29 on a report of several of a fight involving professional wrestlers. Officers arrived to learn one wrestler had gone to the hospital with a cut lip that required seven stitches. The wrestler did not remember who punched him. According to police, the fight started when one person tried to push his way past two of the wrestlers and shoved one of them, police said. No arrests were made, but police expected to follow up interviews with a potential suspect. Police did not identify anyone involved in the altercation.
Larry Bebo, 53, of the 600 block of North Michigan Avenue, was charged with disorderly conduct after police responded to the 600 block of North York around 5:30 a.m. on Sept. 29 for a report of a person on the road. Police found Bebo “highly intoxicated” and had him taken to Elmhurst Memorial Hospital. Bebo was released on an I-Bond.
Matthew Dailly, 24, of Schaumburg, was charged with disorderly conduct after police found him urinating in public just before 2 a.m. on Sept. 30 near York Road and Second. He was released on a cash bond.
A juvenile was located after leaving Bryan Junior High without permission around 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 28. Police stopped the boy to talk with him when he tried to walk away several times. The boy was put inside a police car, but then began kicking the window and side panel, causing the panel to break. Prosecutors are considering charges.
Some used blue spray paint to deface a concrete wall in the 500 block of East Lake Street. The damage was reported on Sept. 29. Police have no suspects.
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