Pregnant Woman MISCARRIED After BRUTAL ATTACK by Group of Teens in Chicago’s Streeterville


CHICAGO — A woman in Chicago miscarried following a Friday attack by a bunch of teens, according to FOX32 Chicago.

The woman, identified as Nina by the publication, had been pregnant for two weeks before the youths kicked her tummy, pulled out her hair, stomped on, and pepper-sprayed her as she was on a date with her husband. The pair were apparently going through the Streeterville area when one of the youngsters hit Nina’s spouse in the head from behind. He then directed his wife to flee before another member of the group dragged her by her hair to the ground.

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Nina claims she shouted before a teenager pepper-sprayed her eyes and stomped on her. Nina’s husband is said to have run toward her before being stopped by almost ten people. Nina questioned the adolescents why they were hitting her and explained that she was trying to get home to her child.

The group allegedly warned Nina that she couldn’t “walk around prancing” in her outfit and that they controlled the streets. Police reportedly charged a 14-year-old and a 17-year-old with one count of simple violence. Alderman Brian Hopkins, D-Ward 2, whose district includes Streeterville, told FOX 32 Chicago that he has urged the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office to increase the charges.

“We’re asking the state’s attorneys to consider upgrading those charges to felony charges resulting in great bodily harm,” Hopkins stated. “Both victims suffered extensive injuries, and the medical examination is ongoing.”

Complaints for aggravated battery have increased by 2% this year, according to police data. Such an offense is a felony in Illinois. Crime rates for aggravated violence, robbery, and burglary have decreased by 11% citywide.

Last week, Alderwoman Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth, D-Ward 48, said that she would no longer broadcast crime warnings on social media as part of her dedication to “antiracism” and “empowerment.” Subscribers to her newsletter must now opt-in to receive the alerts.

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“Our updated alert system is based not only on input from our community but is also informed by research from recent years that shows how over-reporting of crime leads to an inaccurate public perception about violent crime rates and negatively impacts our most marginalized and underserved neighbors,” said the alderwoman.

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