- Police recovered a stolen car early Thursday, only for it to be stolen again from the Harrison District police station parking lot on the West Side.
About 12:30 a.m., Harrison District officers recovered the black 2014 Dodge Challenger, which had been stolen from the 4100-block of West Adams, according to Chicago police.
The officers took the stolen vehicle to the police station parking lot in the 3100 block of West Harrison so they could complete paperwork, but the car was eventually stolen again, police said.
This happens almost daily across the city. We haven't worked in a District yet that didn't have this happen at least once a year. But we suppose when Rahm needs his daily dose of making the cops look bad, the media is all too eager to please. Too bad they don't look at maybe a secure lot or a more readily available (and efficient) towing service to prevent this sort of thing.
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