The average drug corner in Chicago's ghetto has 1000 times more security that the police stations and parking lots of the Chicago police department!
An apparent prankster or pranksters have been at work at a Morgan Park neighborhood police station, loosening lugnuts on squad cars there and plunking a large piece of concrete spray-painted with an anarchy symbol in the station parking lot.
"It weighs every bit of 50 pounds," said a Morgan Park District officer. "It's a big hunk of concrete found in the middle of the parking lot."
An officer discovered it Thursday morning at the station, 1900 W. Monterey Ave. on the Far South Side, and it was blocking some lanes of the lot. A white spray-painted "anarchy A" symbol was found on each side of the concrete block, which is about 15 inches by 15 inches and 8 inches thick, said the officer.
Authorities have no idea who placed it there. Officers carried it into the station, inventoried the concrete and developed a police report on the incident, the officer said.
And that's not all, the officer reported.
"We've come across four cars with lug nuts either removed or loosened," in the lot, said the officer, who said the latest was discovered today.
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