Blotter: Sept. 30

Patrick Svitek, City Editor

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Police: Chicago resident had fake prescription at Evanston CVS

A Chicago resident was arrested Wednesday night after trying to buy a pain killer with a fake prescription at a drug store near the Evanston border, according to police.

Sadija Husanovic, 29, was charged with forgery in connection with the incident at CVS, 101 Asbury Ave. Husanovic, of the 7300 block of North Hoyne Avenue, admitted to illegally signing a doctor’s name to attempt to purchase Percocet and an antibiotic, Evanston Police Cmdr. Jay Parrott said.

Husanovic stole a blank prescription pad from the doctor about three months ago, Parrott said.

Husanovic is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 7.

Car taken near Ryan Field

A car was stolen Tuesday morning near Ryan Field, according to police.

At about 9:45 a.m., the vehicle was taken from the street near the intersection of Jackson Avenue and Central Street, police said. The car was described as a blue Honda Civic made in 1993.

The football stadium is located at 1501 Central St.

— Patrick Svitek

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