A Forest Park man ended up a hospital after coming home with injuries and no recollection of what happened, police said.
According to the victim’s stepfather at about 11:15 p.m. Sept. 15, the victim went to the Blueberry Hill Tavern. When he came home the next morning, he had no idea what time it was. The victim didn’t leave his room for the rest of the day.
When the stepfather checked on the victim later, he saw road rash burns on his right arm and knees, and a lump on the back of his neck. The victim told his stepfather that he had no idea how he was injured.
The man took his stepson to Rush Oak Park Hospital. From there, the victim was transferred to Rush Hospital in Chicago.
The victim was in an ICU at the time of the report.
A black 2007 Chrysler sedan parked at the 7200 block of Dixon Street was burglarized overnight Sept. 18.
The victim was visiting his girlfriend and left his car parked outside her apartment building, police said. He told authorities that he left his car unlocked. When he came back, he found his belongings tossed across the front seat, and the car’s lock box broken. The only things that were missing were a cash card and $15 in cash.
There were no security cameras in the area.
These items were obtained from police reports filed by the Forest Park Police Department, Sept. 18-20, and represent a portion of the incidents to which police responded. Unless otherwise indicated, anybody named in these reports has only been charged with a crime. These cases have not been adjudicated.
Compiled by Igor Studenkov