Chicago man charged with stalking woman at her job in Norridge

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 07:25:35 AM. A 41-year-old Chicago man on Nov. 3 was charged with stalking a woman at her place of employment in Norridge.
A 41-year-old Chicago man on Nov. 3 was charged with stalking a woman at her place of employment in in a call that Norridge police said came in initially as a violation of a protection order. Bond was set at $100,000 for Daniel Collins, of the 1500 block of North Parkside Avenue. As of Monday afternoon, Collins remained in custody at the Cook County Jail. He is next scheduled to appear in Court on Nov. 30, according to the Cook County sheriff's office. According to police, a Norridge police officer was dispatched at 7:58 p.m. Nov. 3 to a drugstore at 4101 N. Harlem Ave. A woman told police that Collins was violating an order of protection by being inside the store. Officers stopped him as he was leaving the store and walking toward his vehicle, police said. Police said the officers advised him that there was an order of protection against him issued on Oct. 16, which lists the woman's place of employment as protected from contact by him. According to police, Collins maintained that he had never been served. Police then had the area's Municipal Consolidated Dispatch Center run his name through its data base and confirmed that the order of protection had not been served, police said. The Cook County state's attorney's office approved a charged of stalking/apprehension of harm against Collins, based on prior reports lodged by the woman, said Sgt. Brian Loughran with the department's investigations unit. The woman said that Collins had come to her place of employment at least two...Read more
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