Monday, May 19, 2014

NO SELFIES: Some Of The 'hoods Recent Arrestees

Left to right: Garrett, Barners, Brickell, Wolfe (Cook County Sheriff's Office)
Here's a look at some of the people who stand accused of crimes reported on CWB in recent weeks. All of the information is based on CWB's review of Cook County Criminal Court records and is current as of the time of publication.

Andre D. Garrett, 56, is charged with one count of domestic battery, one count of battery, and two counts of resisting police in connection with an incident outside of Thresholds' affordable housing complex at 3208 N. Sheffield on May 1. He is being held on $10,000 bond. Garrett's criminal record includes a conviction for disarming a police officer and aggravated battery to a police officer at a Chicago Housing Authority complex in 2005.

Parnell Barners, 50, is being held on aggravated battery charges in connection with an incident last Sunday in which a man was clobbered with a brick in the 900 block of School Street. His bail is set at $400,000. Court records show that Barners was sentenced to 5 years in prison for a 1984 armed robbery.

Antonio Brickell, 22, is accused of punching a woman during an attempted robbery of a small grocery store near the Sheridan Red Line station on May 2. Brickell, held on $100,000 bond, faces charges of robbery, attempted robbery, and battery. Court records show a long list of transgressions in his past including allegations of burglary, theft, and battery.

Corey Wolfe, 27, is accused of robbing the CVS store at Clark and Barry last Tuesday. His bail is set at $150,000. Wolfe's court records show a penchant for shoplifting in far-flung corners of the city.
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  1. Chicago's crooked finest!

  2. By by Corey Wolfe fucking little low life white boy punk.

    1. The other 3 committed violent assaults and you are concerned with the drugstore robber?

    2. Yes I am. That was my store and the crew was great. Like family.

    3. You're as immoral as Corey Wolfe if you truly believe people being beaten is less important than some insured cash, which you got back, and a little stress on a couple employees. Do you practice the Golden Rule? Do you not forgive those that trespass against you? Are YOU without fault?? A simple lie is the same sin as theft in God's eyes. Look in the mirror, Mr. Judgement. He did wrong, yes, so do we ALL.

  3. Happy to see bail set high for most of these jagoffs. Now if we could only count on Anita and her hapless crew of prosecutors to actually try and put them away instead go pleading it out.

  4. Build more prisons. Start now.

  5. Hypothetically, does the first guy, age 56, qualify to live in the new Senior Housing projects at Halsted and Addison? You know the one that's being managed by Center on Halsted?

    My previous comments about low-income housing for seniors (over 55) were ridiculed on another discussion. I said any type of low-income housing raises the chances of increased criminal activity. Granted, senior citizens aren't public enemy #1. But, they still do have a few bad apples.

  6. The second guy looks a lot like the man that always sits in front of the UFC place at Belmont and Broadway every day asking for change. I noticed he has been gone for a little over a week now and he has not left that spot for months, if anyone knows who I am talking about, could it be this guy?