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Chicago police have charged 10 juveniles and 2 adults with misdemeanors after a large group blocked streets near the Gold Coast Saturday evening, officials said yesterday.
The people were issued citations for charges ranging from reckless conduct, loitering, resisting police and damaging a bike patrol officer's bicycle, said Chicago Police News Affairs Sgt. Antoinette Ursitti.
"Michigan Avenue continues to be safe, and as is clear, even minor disturbances are addressed quickly and thoroughly by Chicago Police," Ursitti said.
On Saturday, members of the group which were made up of several dozen people had caused a "minor disturbance" in the area, police said. She said there were no reported injuries.
The group was made up of several dozen members who roamed from Michigan Avenue west on Chicago Avenue to LaSalle Street in the evening and witnesses said they were between the ages of 14 and 19 years old.
The project is expected to be completed October 19th.
A variety of alternate bus services, both free and discounted, are available for commuters, who will have to take the Green Line or Metra’s Rock Island or Electric Line trains.
The night after launching his track "New Slaves" with a film projection on the outside of 66 buildings around the world and 6 here in Chicago, Kanye West returned to Saturday Night Live with more new music, and all of his fury intact.
West opened by debuting another unreleased new song, "Black Skinheads."
For his second set, West returned to the stage with "New Slaves." A close-up of his own face was projected behind him as he rapped, echoing the imagery of Friday night's launch.
Also, check out video from the Wicker Park experience on Friday night