Man given curfew after smashing windows and racially abusing staff at exclusive Mayfair members’ club

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Published: 21:36 BST, 18 January 2013 | Updated: 21:36 BST, 18 January 2013
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A noticeably angry man broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home, wounded her feline what’s more, at that point told her that he ‘left (her) a surprise’ upstairs in her Buena Park, Chicago, apartment, police said Friday.

Miguel Vazquez, of North Kimball Avenue, too assaulted a companion that his ex-girlfriend was with at the point when she stood up to him.

Vazquez, 22, is due in bond court, confronting charges of burglary, irritated battery what’s more, creature mercilessness felonies.
Loose cannon: Miguel Vazquez, 22, broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home, wounded her feline what’s more, at that point told her that he ‘left (her) a surprise’ upstairs, police said Friday
Vazquez purportedly kicked open his ex-girlfriend’s front entryway on Monday, January 14, what’s more, stripped her apartment, agreeing to the police report.

His ex-girlfriend was away at a work-related work as he was going through her stuff what’s more, at that point assaulting her 1-year-old cat, police said.

Vazquez wounded the feline ‘multiple times about the body, causing genuine damage to the animal,’ Chicago Police Division News Undertakings Officer Laura Kubiak said.

The condition of the feline was not accessible to the public, yet police said it was truly injured.

Vazquez was stood up to outside the loft building by his ex-girlfriend what’s more, her friend, a 25-year-old man, who Vazquez in the back of the head with a padlock, Kubiak said.

The blow thumped the other man out, what’s more, he was taken to Thorek Hospital.

Vazquez at that point fled the scene, hollering to his ex-girlfriend that he ‘left a surprise’ upstairs, police said.

A locale theft group what’s more, other police officers captured Vazquez at his home Thursday, Kubiak said.
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