Employee of the Month
Posted on September 13, 2013
In past “Honor Student of the Week” posts we’ve highlighted those young, upstanding citizens who are on their way to do great things in life (usually behind bars). Since today’s award recipient is much too old to be an honor student, we’re bestowing him with the title of “Employee of the Month”.
Erik Mraz, 31, of suburban Glendale went completely off the reservation Monday night. It all started when:
“[Oil Express employees] called 911 to report “man running through the streets, completely naked” and banging on the shop windows with a metal rod.
Police arrived and saw the man run to an alley and dive into a dumpster. The officers ordered him out, but the man refused, records show.
The cops dragged him from the dumpster and zapped him with a Taser… [Mraz] pulled the pronged shockers out of his torso and cops tried again…”
And if that wasn’t enough, then:
“[Mraz] ran toward Western Avenue and into moving traffic… When one driver slammed on his brakes to avoid hitting the man, he dove into the car.”
The City of Chicago thanks Mr. Mraz for his years of service and continued commitment to the Cook County criminal justice system.
Posted on Sept 13, 2013 at 7:00 AM