Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Chicago's Shakespeare police station, 2150 N. California Ave, evacuated after suspicious cylinder is found


An object that looked like an “oxygen cylinder’’ found outside in the Palmer Square neighborhood caused the evacuation of a police station and a street closure this afternoon, authorities said.

About 3:30 p.m. someone found what appeared to be an oxygen cylinder by itself outside the Shakespeare District police station, 2150 N. California Ave., said Chicago Fire Department spokesman Will Knight.

Officer Veejay Zala, a Chicago Police spokesman, said the station and its parking lot were evacuated after the discovery of the “suspicious package” and Bomb and Arson investigators were sent to the scene.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Please, some elderly citizen emptied their oxygen tank and left it after all the government doesn't refill it they just send new tanks.
Your big government at work.

Stars and Bars said...

Willie Knight and Veejay Zala ?

The voices of Chicago?

Don't let The Confederate States of America find out !

NEIL BERGSTEIN said...

Its probably some gang thing: the 3rd watch l.kings vs the 2nd watch MLDs..
I liked it better when all the criminals on this job were wop outfit thugs....

Anonymous said...

It was funny as hell watching all those worthless hump spics run out of the building OMG OMG OMG!!!


Fuckin Shakespeare BITCHES.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they should start to investigate the washrooms at 014, they will find plenty of assholes hiding!

I Voted For Obama said...

Oxygen cylinders are scary.

Mr. SouthSide said...

It must have been all that Starbucks coffee these north siders drink. Warps your mind.