14-year-old charged with attacking, robbing girl in Uptown; Second girl attacked close by

Two ladies had been battered in separate assaults about 30 minutes aside late Thursday and early Friday in Uptown, police stated. A 14-year-old boy is charged in reference to one of many crimes.

First, a 30-year-old girl informed police group of three males or boys grabbed her and threw her to the bottom on the 4800 block of North Magnolia round 11:40 p.m. April 2. The offenders took her telephone and pockets, then fled by way of an alley.

Whereas police looked for the robbers, a 34-year-old girl approached cops close to the Lawrence Purple Line station with blood flowing from her brow, in line with a CPD report. The girl stated a male offender approached her on the 1100 block of West Lawrence and punched her within the face repeatedly throughout an obvious theft try at 12:03 a.m. April three. The robber fled with out taking any of her property, she stated. An ambulance crew transported her to Weiss Hospital for remedy.

Across the time of the second assault, officers stopped a 14-year-old boy on the 1200 block of West Lawrence as a result of he matched the outline of one of many attackers within the first crime. That sufferer recognized him because the offender and her telephone was discovered within the teen’s possession, police stated.

The juvenile, who lives within the Auburn Gresham neighborhood, is charged with one rely of felony theft in reference to that case. Nobody has been charged with the second assault, police stated.

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