Thursday, June 04, 2015

RETURN TICKET: On Parole For 6 Weeks, Man's Charged In Lincoln Park Boutique Robberies

(Ill. Dept of Corrections)
A career criminal who was paroled for armed robbery on April 15 is in custody, accused to being the man who has robbed several boutique stores at knifepoint in Lincoln Park and Bucktown over the past month.

Willie A. Doles, 39, is charged with five counts of armed robbery and one count of aggravated battery with a knife in connection with the crimes.

The Bucktown robbery came on May 6, just three weeks after Doles walked out of the Vienna Correctional Center where he served six-and-a-half years of a 13-year robbery sentence received in 2008.

Doles is accused of robbing the Londo Mondo store in Lincoln Park one week later and the nearby Blues Jean Bar on Monday.

Doles has a lengthy felony record, having been sentenced to a combined 33 years over the past 21 years:
• 1994: 1 year sentence for narcotics
• 1996: 6 years for manufacturing/delivering cocaine
• 2001: 3 years for aggravated battery to police/fire personnel
• 2004: 5 years for aggravated robbery
• 2006: 5 years for narcotics
• 2008: 13 years for armed robbery
Remarkable.
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24 comments:

  1. That's it. End parole for people convicted or robbery or armed robbery.

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    1. Or at least adopt the 3 strikes rule!

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  2. What does that say about our justice system when parolees don't even wait a full week before embarking on their criminal careers anew?

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  3. Which brings up the age old argument , exactly how does a criminal like this support himself in free society? He could have asked for a job application but he would not have been hired.

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    1. Perhaps had he tried that after his first or second arrest, the probability that he would be hired would go up. Most people are willing to give someone arrested for drug-related offenses a second chance. When they graduate to crimes against persons (assaults, murders, etc.) that reduces the chances considerably. This one clearly has zero interest in living any sort of constructive existence.

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    2. A released murderer can get a job at Macy's. Someone who was caught stealing $20 from the till at their former employer cannot. Harsh reality.

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  4. OK Judge, you see a pattern here. can we go for 20 - 25 years until so he is over 60 when released. Maybe old age will slow him down?

    Great job CPD!! I was beginning to think nobody gets caught in this city unless you catch them in the act, but apparently there are some coppers left to hunt down knife wielding thieves who don't mind slicing a clerk up for good measure.

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  5. "Career criminal." That says it all. Whatever happened to "three strikes, your out?" Sounds like a good time to revive this program. Also, we need to bring back the death penalty in Illinois. POS like the monster who murdered the young man in Lakeview deserve no less.

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    1. Great post. Thank you.

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  6. He was just funnin'.

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  7. Another fine job by the parole board. Maybe some of those idiots should lose their job after letting out people like this.

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    1. I agree. The parole boards who let violent career criminals out and also the judges who give light (or no) sentences....they should be held accountable. Did any of these "decision makers" think that he learned his lesson and FINALLY would turn his life around?

      You and I are held accountable at our jobs....if we constantly F-up, we will be let go...aka, be held accountable. They should be held accountable for turning vicious savages out among the tax-payers.

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  8. Because of his history, ABC, I believe, said he could be subject to mandatory life imprisonment. One can only hope.

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  9. Residents of the North Side take note.
    If anyone wants to see why things are so messed up, they just need to spend an hour at Belmont/Western, court room - Branch 29 at 9:00 am on any given day. There, they can watch the Cook County Court system, and one very odd judge, release every arrested savage that has been locked up by the police in 019, 020, 024 and on the CTA.
    It's ridiculous and absurd.
    EVEN when the offender blows court off and the police officer is present the judge will regularly deny issuing a warrant. And there's never prosecution for class A misdemeanors or cannabis possession.
    Citizens who are upset should visit this shit show.
    Quick example. All the members of the Black P- Stones arrested in the notorious vacant project building at 45**Magnolia had their case dismissed by the judge this week. The Tact team caught these savages preparing the drugs for distribution. One of the arrested was the "good kid" that robbed the mayors boy. There was even a gun recovered. All charges dismissed by the judge.

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    1. Amazing. We all wonder what we can do in here to stem the tide. One solution would make an immediate impact, once we have them don't let them go!! A Black P-Stone with a gun has chosen by definition to not be part of our society, so fine, good bye tuf guy, you are banished.

      I had a great copper catch a Latin King in my garage a few years ago. I showed up to court, wasn't sure what was going on. Bail set, he couldn't make bail. He sat in jail for a few months until one day I get an automated call that he was being released. Never hear more about the case, what happened to the guy, etc. I would have been happy to keep showing up in court, but the case just got lost in the system.

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    2. ^^^^ THIS is the problem right here. All of the idiots profiled on CWB have long records. Three strikes and your out never sounded so good.

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    3. Who is the judge? Considering they are public officials, they should be held accountable and one way is to publish their name.

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    4. Who was the judge?

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    5. As a cop I can tell you that such court proceedings are common. The problem in the city, county, and state is not that more laws are needed but that the laws on the books are fully prosecuted. The main problem in the criminal justice system is not with the cops. It's with the prosecutors and the judges, That's what should piss everyone off.

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    6. Branch 29 - Associate Judge Anthony John Calabrese. Misdemeanor court.

      Bramch 42 - Circuit Judge Marvin Luckman. Felony Court.

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  10. Can you name this judge...and when this person is up for re-election?

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  11. I'm guessing it was Judge Luckman. He's in his 80s, senile and liberal. Never finds probable cause.

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  12. Luckman was an attorney for the CTA in the sixties. In the early ninties he was appointed judge. He rarely finds probable cause. While the case is still in front of him he will find no probable cause but will tell the police officer he believes him and not the defendant.

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    1. Like I said, senile. Owes his career to his cousin, Sid Luckman, the Bears' QB back-in-the-day. Nice enough guy with many great stories to tell at the bar at Gibson's, but no way he should still be a judge.

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