Wednesday, July 24, 2013

FLASHBACK: Let's Meet A Person In Our Neighborhood

Click to enjoy a delightful song about the people in our neighborhood.
In the spirit of old tyme Sesame Street, let's meet a person who's in our neighborhood!

This morning at 1:16AM, a concerned citizen reported that a man was on the corner of Halsted Street at Roscoe threatening people and selling drugs.

Police determined that there was no reason to arrest the man in question, so he was sent on his way.
CWB has learned more about this person in our neighborhood.

This particular man in our neighborhood is a known member of the Gangster Disciples.

In February, 2010, he was sentenced to 4 years in prison for trafficking drugs in a protected area such as a school zone or park. Then, in June 2012, he was arrested again, for robbery and possession of a substantial amount of drugs in a protected area such as a school zone or park.

Today, he's another of the many new and interesting people on the streets of our neighborhood.

Join us again soon when we meet more people who are attracted to the beauty and vibrancy of Wrigleyville and Boystown as much as we are!

UPDATE 2:35PM: Restructured.


  1. Members of street gangs are foul and disgusting.

  2. How did you come by this information? Without citing any sources you could be making it all up for what we know.

    1. It is called public record. All arrests are public information.
      Gotta video them in action.

  3. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood...

  4. Why is someone that "allegedly" committed a Robbery last year on the streets? Everyone complains about the police but they can only do so much. It is the Judges and ASAs that refuse to sentence someone to prison for a significant amount of time or set a high enough bond that these parasites aren't back on the streets in a matter of hours.

  5. You don't *just* need more police you need more support, prosecutors, and corrections officers to manage the offenders they are expensive and even want health insurance. Isn't there an opening at the State's Attorney's office?