After Midnight Dispatch Chicagoland: Crime Scenes and Emergency Scenes Monday April 23 2018

Overnight prime calls from midnight to 7 AM in Chicagoland. Dispatched calls are not verified unless the incident is linked to an article that states specific details with confirmation by law enforcement or other authorities.

Monday April 23, 2018 12A-7A

12:09 a.m. Off-duty Dolton police officer shot, possibly suffering three gunshot wounds, in the block of 7600 South Calumet Avenue, Chatham neighborhood, Chicago.

12:17 a.m. Shots fired reports from the block of 4400 North St Louis, 4400 North Bernard, Chicago.

12:54 a.m. Man shot near Lawndale Ave and Chicago Ave, Chicago.

2:38 a.m. Chicago firefighters working a 2-story house fire 70th and Dorchester Avenue reported as fire in the second floor and cockloft at 6952 South Dorchester Avenue.

4:00 a.m. Male/black passenger in a black Chrysler sedan displayed a gun at 1297 East Algonquin Road, Schaumburg.

6:39 a.m. A male/Hispanic occupant in a black Jeep displayed a small handgun on I-88 eastbound at Highland near Downers Grove.


Note: This is not necessarily a live active page. Some posts are live, but SOME or ALL incidents from overnight may occasionally be posted after 7 AM.

Breaking news reports that are not verified are at risk of being incorrect (i.e, incorrect in the range of slightly incorrect to totally false reports submitted to police).

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CAUTION: Raw content possible.

Twitter.com/CapturedNews

Facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies

Twitter.com/Chicago_Scanner

Facebook.com/NifgAlerts

Radioman911.com or YouTube.com/Radioman911TV

Twitter.com/SPOTNEWSonIG

Analog and Digital public safety radio airwaves.

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