Wednesday, March 6, 2013
His ex-girlfriend had an order of protection against him; she was chased around the parking lot of a store in the 6100 block of Touhy, police said. An arrest is merely an accusation, not evidence of a conviction.
Nathaniel Huston, 26, of Elmwood Park, was charged Feb. 27 with battery and violation of an order of protection, after an incident in parking lot of a store in the 6100 block of Touhy Avenue just after 5:15 p.m. He approached his ex-girlfriend, a 25-year-old Chicago woman with whom he has two children, running toward her in a threatening manner, according to the police report, and she ran and he chased her through the parking lot. The woman's current boyfriend tried to run to her aid and Huston grabbed him and wrestled him to the ground, the report indicated. The Waukegan man said he was in fear of harm for himself and a witness. When police arrived, both combatants were standing near their respective vehicles, and they said Huston had …
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
She missed ex-husband's phone call to the kids and he got upset. An arrest is merely an accusation, not evidence of a conviction.
A 36-year-old Niles woman reported Aug. 6 just before 2 p.m. that she has an order of protection from her former husband, 34, and that he is only allowed to speak to her minor children by calling her mobile phone. The divorce decree says the ex-husband is only allowed to call the children between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., but the order of protection does not specify times. The woman said that on the day of the report, they were at a party and missed the ex-husband's phone call. The ex-husband then sent emails threatening to call the police if she didn't have the children call, but the time was 8:05 p.m.(Aug. 5) The ex-husband then called police, who interceded and verified by phone that the children were OK. The woman believes the ex-husband is…
Thursday, October 27, 2011
The ex-husband said he has a key and lives there; woman says he is not allowed in the home due to a domestic battery investigation against her daughter.
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Thursday, October 27, 2011
A 38-year-old Niles woman reported Oct. 22, at about 5 p.m., that she caught her ex-husband climbing into the living room window of her townhome, in the 8800 block of Washington. She said an argument began and that he is not allowed in the home due to a domestic battery investigation against her daughter. The woman told police the ex shoved her in the chest; the officers did not see signs of injury. She does not have an order of protection against him. The ex-husband told police he lives at the home, has a key and receives mail there. He told police he had left the home around 8:20 that morning to go to work. When he returned around 5 p.m., he used his key to enter the front door. He said he argued with his ex-wife at that time because he …