Police, Paramedics Respond Outside Apartment Building on Seegers Rd for Man with No Clothes, Running and Biting People, Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 4:24 PM Monday July 9, 2018 to a report of a naked man running around and biting people near Tonne Drive and Seegers Road Arlington Heights, IL. Police arrived first and confirmed that firefighter/paramedics were needed for a psychiatric evaluation of a male that was outside and on the north area of The Residences apartment property.

When paramedics arrived, police were with the man that was reported to be “naked and biting people” at the rear side of an apartment building on Seegers Road about 600 feet east of Tonne Drive.

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Police and paramedics were in the neighborhood Tuesday morning about 10:15 a.m. for a psychiatric emergency, but it is not known if the call involves the same person that was helped on Monday afternoon.

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