Saturday, September 07, 2013

PEOPLE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Four Robbery Convictions, Paroled in June, Currently Hangs His Hat Here


Officers made contact with a gentleman identified as JC in the area of Belmont and Sheffield at 5:45 this morning. Mr. C has a clear current record, so he was allowed to go on his way.

According to Chicago Police records, Mr. C has a history of gang crime activity with the Black Disciples street gang.

Cook County Court records show that Mr. C has significant experience in the Illinois court and prison system.

According to county records, Mr. C was paroled on June 20, 2013, after serving a 5 year sentence for aggravated battery causing great bodily harm. Other career highlights:
January 1987, sentenced to 5 years for burglary.
January 1987, sentenced to 5 years for robbery.
October 1990, sentenced to 8 years for armed robbery.
August 1994, sentenced to 8 years for attempted armed robbery.
November 2000, sentenced to 3 years for retail theft exceeding $150
October 2002, sentenced to 2 years for retail theft exceeding $150
August 2004, sentenced to 3 years for attempted armed robbery.
February 2007, sentenced to 18 months for retail theft exceeding $150
July 2008, sentenced to 16 months for retail theft exceeding $150.
Welcome to to the neighborhood, Mr. Crowder! You'll fit right in.

10 comments:

  1. Why do you refer to him as a gentleman? Why are we afraid to call a lowlife thug a lowlife thug? That's part of the whole problem...don't want to "disrespect" anyone.

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  2. Anonymous said...
    Why do you refer to him as a gentleman? Why are we afraid to call a lowlife thug a lowlife thug? That's part of the whole problem...don't want to "disrespect" anyone.
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    Very creative. You used irony to point out irony. Well done, Anonymous. Thanks for the laugh.

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  3. Guess what CWB, at any given time, there will be people with criminal records not only in Lakeview, but living in and passing through all areas of Chicago. Why don't you do a "People in the Neighborhood" highlighting all the Sex Offenders living in Lakeview? You can pull mugshots and info. off of the police department's website.

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  4. Anonymous said...
    Guess what CWB, at any given time, there will be people with criminal records not only in Lakeview, but living in and passing through all areas of Chicago. Why don't you do a "People in the Neighborhood" highlighting all the Sex Offenders living in Lakeview? You can pull mugshots and info. off of the police department's website.
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    Guess what, Anonymous? You just answered your own question. That information is readily available online. So far, we can't seem to find a resource for locating 5-time convicted robber information in a convenient location.

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  5. See how some people muddy the waters and try to divert focus from the real neighborhood crime problem by bringing up tangential concerns like sex offenders living in the neighborhood? The politicians do that all the time. If I had to choose between an armed mugger eyeing my cellphone and a sex offender leering at my ass, I'll gladly choose the sex offender.

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  6. Anonymous said...
    See how some people muddy the waters and try to divert focus from the real neighborhood crime problem by bringing up tangential concerns like sex offenders living in the neighborhood? The politicians do that all the time. If I had to choose between an armed mugger eyeing my cellphone and a sex offender leering at my ass, I'll gladly choose the sex offender.
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    You should see the nonsense we don't put through. ¡Ay, caramba!

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  7. Are you guys kidding me? I don't want a sex offender living next door to me, my wife, and children any more than I want guys with rap sheets like this running around the neighborhood.

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  8. The reason they are not profiling sex offenders on this blog is because they are already listed on the police department web page. I would much rather read about which streets gangbangers are robbing and beating people on. That is NOT listed on the CPD page.

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  9. Gangbangers should be put on a registry they are especially dangerous to children. Not only can they assault your children they can recruit your children.

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  10. Was that Boyd Crowder? I'll handle him.

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