A tattoo artist in Chicago has been charged with restraining and sexually abusing women.

A tattoo artist on Chicago’s Southwest Side has been charged with sexually abusing and assaulting a girl and two women.

On April 16, 2022, Miguel Deleon, 49, is accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl.

He was also charged with sexual assault and unlawful restraint of two women: a 25-year-old on August 8, 2021, and a 42-year-old on August 1, 2022.

All of the attacks occurred while Deleon was working as a tattoo artist in Marquette Park’s 6500 block of South Francisco Avenue.

Deleon is set to appear in bond court on Wednesday.

Chicago police are urging Deleon’s victims to contact Area One detectives at (312) 747-8380 to file a report.

The decision on Father Pfleger is expected as early as Saturday.

Following an allegation of abuse, a decision on Father Michael Pfleger’s fate could be made as early as Saturday.

It’s unclear whether the archdiocese’s independent review board will be ready to call it a day.

Last month, on November 19, board members met to discuss the case.

Pfleger retired from the ministry in October.

He recently sent a message in which he described the situation as disappointing and painful.

“I’m confident I’ll be found not guilty on the tenth,” he said.

This is the second time in less than two months that the pastor of the Auburn Gresham church has been accused of decades-old abuse.

A man in his 50s accused Pfleger of abusing him twice in the church rectory during the 1980s in October.

He claimed it occurred during choir rehearsals. He was a member of Chicago’s Soul Children.

Two brothers accused Pfleger of abusing them 40 years ago in January 2021.

After the review board and DCFS determined there was insufficient evidence against the priest, he was reinstated five months later.

Members of the independent review board are appointed by the cardinal.

Several members are Catholic laypeople.

Pfleger has been an activist for a long time. He speaks out against policing and gun violence.

Pfleger has served as the pastor of St. Sabina Church.

A man from Joliet was arrested after allegedly dragging and killing his dog.

A man from Joliet was taken into custody after it was alleged that he killed his dog by dragging her across the floor of his apartment.

Officers responded to a call at a residence in the 100 block of Clement Street at approximately 2:50 p.m. on Monday and found Sebastian Trujillo, age 22, inside. He was taken into custody.

The police stated that it appeared as though Trujillo was dragging his husky named “Jillo” across his floor in order to place her in her cage. The dog’s body was found dead in the bathroom, leading the police to believe that it was the cause of the dog’s death.

Animal control came and removed one of the huskies from the apartment along with the other one.

Trujillo was charged with the more serious crime of aggravated animal cruelty.

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