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Last week, a Cubs fan was brutally beaten by a Pittsburgh police officer following the Pirates’ loss in the NL Wild Card game.

So you could imagine what the partying here in Wrigleyville has been like since that game last Wednesday – and what kind of shenanigans went down following the Cubs’ victory over the Cardinals in Game 3 of the NLDS.

Here’s a brief but detailed recap of the crime that took place Monday night.

I repeat, this was on a Monday night.

Wrigleyville Police Report: NLDS Game 3
Monday, October 12th, 2015

According to DNAinfo, multiple cars were spray-painted after the game in the Rogers Park area.

First off, that’s just not cool man. You never mess with another person’s car. On top of that, your graffiti-art skills suck.

Photos of this piss-poor attempt at vandalizing somebody’s Jeep have been included below. But for now, let’s get to the juicy stuff.

We took a look at the Chicago Police Department’s official website and subsequently learned there were a few arrests near the Addison Red Line after Game 3 on Monday night. As you can see from the thread of incidents, things got rowdy.

Just imagine if they win the series tonight.

1060 W ADDISON ST

2:42 pm: A 44-year-old man decided to get the party started early, getting arrested for both aggravated battery and standard battery well before the first pitch. As you can see, he wasn’t the last person to get arrested at the Addison Red Line stop yesterday.

3531 N BROADWAY 

8:15 pm: 47-year-old arrested for shoplifting at a Jewel-Osco. Not relevant to the Cubs game, but just saying: stealing is bad.

1010 W ADDISON ST 

8:50 pm: 30-year-old woman arrested for drinking alcohol on the public way and resisting a police officer.

1060 W ADDISON ST

9:00 pm: 41-year-old man arrested for aggravated battery and standard battery. He received aggravated battery because apparently he kicked the shit out of a grandpa. Classy.

1060 W ADDISON ST

9:00 pm: 23-year-old man arrested for battery.

1060 W ADDISON ST

9:00 pm: 25-year-old man arrested for battery.

1050 W ADDISON ST 

9:35 pm: 38-year-old man arrested for battery.

1059 W ADDISON ST 

10:26 pm: 26-year-old man arrested for battery.

3500 N CLARK ST 

10:42 pm: 19-year-old man arrested for drinking alcohol on the public way and “failure to appear in court.” Seeing as he didn’t receive anything for being underaged, looks like the cop gave him a break here.

Probably because he wasn’t beating the shit out of anybody.

 

909 W NEWPORT AVE

11:08 pm: 26-year-old man arrested for urinating in public…and having a fat bag of weed in his pocket.

 

 

We’ll keep you posted with updates from Game 4. But for now, just remember not to park your car in Rogers Park.

Wrigleyville Police Report: NLDS Game 4
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

Well, we don’t have to imagine what the Wrigleyville police report would look like if the Cubs won Tuesday night – because the Cubs won Tuesday night.

Considering the Cubs beat their hated rival, clinched their first ever playoff series at Wrigley Field and don’t play until Saturday – Tuesday night will almost certainly be the wildest Clark Street gets until the Cubs win the whole damn thing.

Fortunately, the partying was ‘mostly peaceful with no reported problems‘ – which you can see by this picture of smiling police officers and confiscated champagne bottles.

Looks like a couple bottles of Andre from our experience.

Looks like a couple bottles of Andre from our experience.

But the Wrigleyville police report still got a little bit of work after the Game 4 win.

1111 W ADDISON ST

1:30 pm: Approximately two hours before Game 4’s first pitch, a 52-year-old man was arrested for unlawful sale of admission tickets. Which means either A) he was caught selling bullshit tickets or B) he was dumb/obvious enough to get caught scalping real tickets.

This is the first arrest of that nature we’ve seen, so we’ll go with the latter.

3701 N CLARK ST

7:30 pm: A 25-year-old man tried to take advantage of the surrounding chaos and get away with retail theft at the corner of Clark and Waveland, near bars like Rockit and Casey Moran’s.

It didn’t work.

3465 N CLARK ST

11:25 pm: 43-year-old man arrested for battery/making physical contact with an officer, which he apparently decided to upgrade to aggravated assault at some point. Smart.

3478 N CLARK ST

11:33 pm: 31-year-old man (classified as an armed habitual criminal) arrested for reckless discharge of a firearm. Come on man, you can’t shoot your gun in the air like it’s a Roman Candle on the 4th of July.

Wrigleyville Police Report: NLCS Game 3
Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

The Chicago Cubs weren’t the only ones that failed at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night.

In continuation of our delightful recap, we’ve decided to loop you in on more arrests that took place in the Wrigleyville area. After a series win over the Cardinals, things we’re only bound to get worse as more attention is brought to the Friendly Confines.

3620 N CLARK ST. 

2:20 pm: 49-year-old man was arrested for trespassing…at McDonald’s.

940 W ADDISON ST. 

5:15 pm: 32-year-old man arrested for shoplifting across the street from the Addison Red Line.

3606 N BROADWAY

5:30 pm: 54-year-old man urinated in public and forgot that it’s technically illegal.

3620 N CLARK ST

5:48 pm: 41-year-old man arrested for battery at the McDonald’s across from Wrigley Field.

1060 W. ADDISON ST.

9:15 pm: This man was arrested for trespassing and having no idea which camera to look at.

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1060 W. ADDISON ST. 

9:40 pm: This address should look familiar by now, because it is. Anywho, a 40-year-old man was arrested for battery at the Addison Red Line.

3531 N BROADWAY 

11:45 pm: 48-year-old man was arrested for shoplifting at a Jewel-Osco. What’s with people stealing from grocery stores during Cubs games?