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Tag Archive | "attack on female Arlington Heights"

Secluded Natural Surroundings, Woods, and Creek Exist Where Female Jogger Was Attacked Near Hintz Rd And Haddow Ave, Arlington Heights

One factor associated with two attacks of female joggers is the proximity to secluded areas. Arlington Heights is not known for having many large secluded areas, but a small wooded area with McDonald Creek winding through large backyards provided a possible natural area of seclusion for the offender in the latest attack of a female […]

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Good Samaritan Helped Defend: Another Woman Jogger Reports Attack; This Time Near Hintz Rd and Haddow Ave, Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights police responded about 5:31 AM Friday to a report of a woman attacked near the intersection of Hintz Road and Haddow Avenue Arlington Heights, IL. Police responded to a report that a woman was attacked near the intersection. At least six police cars were on the scene during the pre-dawn time period. Police […]

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Another Woman Reports Attack; This Time Near Hintz Rd and Haddow Ave, Arlington Heights

UPDATE: Another Woman Jogger Reports Attack; This Time Near Hintz Rd and Haddow Ave, Arlington Heights Arlington Heights police responded about 5:35 AM Friday to a report of a woman attacked near the intersection of Hintz Road and Haddow Avenue Arlington Heights, IL. Police responded to a report that a woman was attacked near the […]

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Female Jogger Was Attacked August 2013 Near St Viator; Arlington Heights Police Never Alerted Public

Just over one month before a female jogger was attacked and dragged off the path at Lake Arlington last Thursday, another female jogger was attacked twice during the same jog in the area of St. Viator High School. A female jogger reported that a male offender, who was riding a bicycle, grabbed the female jogger […]

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Arlington Heights Police Out at Break of Dawn to Warn Joggers, Walkers, Bikers of an Attack Last Thursday

Police Request Help to Attempt to Identify Battery Suspect; Warn Public About Pre-Dawn Attack Police on the path at Lake Arlington on the north side of the lake near the location where a woman was attacked and dragged to a wooded area before she escaped. Arlington Heights police were out Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and […]

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Attack at Lake Arlington: Battery Suspect Grabbed Woman From Behind, Dragged Her of Path at Lake Arlington

Police Request Help to Attempt to Identify Battery Suspect On September 26, 2013, at approximately 6:00 a.m., an adult female was jogging at Lake Arlington Park when a male wearing dark clothing grabbed her from behind. The offender dragged her off the jogging path and forced her to the ground. After a brief struggle, the […]

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