Thursday, August 16, 2012
A 37-year-old man is being held on $250,000 bond after he allegedly assaulted a 16-year-old girl walking home on Wednesday afternoon, and ripped her shorts.
Police say a Park Ridge resident attacked and ripped the shorts off a 16-year-old girl on Aug. 15 around 5 p.m. Anthony M. Nugent, 37, of Park Ridge, was charged with one count of aggravated battery, a class 3 felony. Nugent was also charged with misdemeanor possession of cannabis. Get local news in your email. It's like getting a free newspaper. According to police, the victim was walking in the 900 block of Home Avenue. At that time, Nugent allegedly asked the girl what she was carrying. The victim responded that it was a musical instrument and continued walking, police said. Nugent then followed the victim and allegedly began acting aggressively when the victim refused to show him her instrument. Nugent then allegedly grabbed the …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
She was reaching for her bicycle, and he took it and ran. An arrest is merely an accusation and not evidence of a conviction.
Just before 10 p.m. on July 25, a 47-year-old Niles woman told police she had come out of a store in the 8000 block of Milwaukee Avenue, and was holding her wallet in her right hand, so that she could reach for the handle bars of her bicycle. At that moment, a 20- to 30-year-old man, about 5' 11", ran up and grabbed her wallet, running northbound in the alley, according to police. The woman chased him, but gave up after about 50 yards. Police said that a wallet, house keys, cellular telephone, driver’s license, $3 and store credit cards were taken. Police are investigating. Aggravated assault A 24-year-old Niles man reported that on July 25 at 6:15 p.m., he got off a bus when he saw a 20-year-old Morton Grove man and two other men …
Monday, February 14, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Monday Feb. 14.
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Aggressor had just sold his share in the business; police charged him with aggravated assault.
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Monday, February 14, 2011
A dispute between two men over control and ownership of a business, American Nut and Candy, culminated with one of them, Igor Piatigorsky, pointing a gun at his business partner and shouting at him angrily, according to Niles police. Piatigorsky, 38, of Niles, was charged with aggravated assault of a victim over 60 years old after his victim told Niles police Tuesday that Piatigorsky had threatened him with a handgun. Niles police did not release the victim's name. The two men had co-owned the candy company at 7125 Austin, Niles. On Tuesday, they signed a contract and completed a business deal to turn the company over to the victim, and he asked Piatigorsky to leave the premises. The victim told police he was concerned that Piatigorsky …
Monday, December 27, 2010
Judge set bond at $8 million for 24-year-old Wilmette resident Anthony Rapoport, for allegedly beating his aunt to death with an aluminum bat.
Hershel Rapoport had been upstairs with his wife on Christmas Day when he heard a loud argument in the kitchen. As the disagreement escalated, Rapoport came downstairs in time to see his grandson, Anthony Rapoport, bludgeon Anthony's aunt Nancee Rapoport with an aluminum baseball bat, according to police reports and testimony held in court Monday. Nancee died Sunday from the head injuries she sustained, Assistant State's Attorney Supervisor Robert Heilingoetter told the court. Anthony appeared in Skokie at the Second Municipal District Circuit Court of Cook County Monday for a bond hearing on a charge of first degree murder. Bail was set at $8 million in cash. Police arrested Anthony the day before the slaying, on Christmas Eve, after they…