Friday, July 23, 12:15 AM
Dispatcher: 38– Thomas, got a male Hispanic and four female Hispanics doin’ dope in the alley.
44S13: Throw it on the screen–I’ll see if it’s my ex-wife.
Dispatcher: God. Maybe we should let the rats at it. Whattaya think?
44S13: Rats don’t want her.
Dispatcher: I know the feeling. They all tossed her back with mine.
Friday, July 23, 12:55 AM
Dispatcher: A missing, 5– N. Avers, son of complainant missing since the 20th of July.
1121: That’s a callback.
Dispatcher: Yeah, wouldn’t ya think so?
1121: Missing for two days, time to call back.
Dispatcher: Missing for two days, it’s time to pack up and move on him.
Saturday, July 24, 12:20 AM
2302: Anyone with a car-opening device to help a citizen who locked his keys in his car?
Dispatcher: 2302, where? At the station?
2302: On Waveland just west of Halsted.
Dispatcher: Anyone in 23 have a car-opening device to assist a citizen on Waveland just west of Halsted? Unit in 23 with a car-opening device?
Unidentified Caller: How much do they have?
Dispatcher: Should I ask?
Unidentified Caller: How much money do they have?
Dispatcher: I’m askin’: should I ask?
Unidentified Caller: Tengo doneray.
Dispatcher: 2302, we’re gettin’ no response over there.
2302: Thank you.
Saturday, July 24, 12:50 AM
Dispatcher: 1131, a domestic 765 on Kilbourn, see C– E–. Husband’s trying to get in the house after comin’ home from jail. Imagine that–a hard day at the lockup.