Friday, October 23, 2015

TEAM PHOTO: Gallery Of Cubs Post-Season Arrestees

The following arrests were made in the vicinity of Wrigley Field around the time of the Cubs 2015 playoff games, according to the Chicago Police Department.

A total of 36 individuals were charged over the course of nine post-season games. The most serious charge? Reckless discharge of  a firearm.

All individuals are presumed innocent. Charges are merely accusations.

Mets at Cubs, October 21, 7:07PM - Cubs are eliminated


Above, Left to Right:
Morris Banks, 50, of the Oakland neighborhood.
Arrested 5:19PM October 21 at 1009 W Addison
Charge: Theft

Jermie N. Turner, 29, of Wicker Park
Arrested 7:36PM October 21 at 3400 N Racine
Charge: Drinking alcohol on the public way

Darnell Thompson, 28, of Lincoln Park
Arrested 11:22PM October 22 at 3550 N Sheffield
Charge: Cannabis 2.5 to 10 grams

Derek L O'Connor, 23, of Bourbonnais, IL
Arrested 12:30AM October 22 at 3620 N Clark
Charge: Criminal trespassing

Mets at Cubs, October 20, 7:07PM - Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-3

Above, Left to Right:
Keith M. Moore, 41, of the Douglas neighborhood.
Arrested 5:48PM October 20 at 3620 N Clark
Charge: Simple battery

Michael A. Jones, 49, of Palatine, IL
Arrested 9:15PM October 20 at 1060 W Addison
Charge: Criminal trespassing

Patrick E. Pinkerton, 40, of Lincoln Park
Arrested 9:40PM October 20 at 1060 W Addison
Charge: Simple battery

Michael C. Rojek, 19, of Old Town
Arrested 12:05AM October 21 at 940 W Addison
Charge: Reckless conduct


Cubs at Mets, October 18, 7:07PM - Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-2

NO ARRESTS!


Cubs at Mets, October 17, 7:07PM - Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-1










Daniel S. Collins, 21, of Clearing, IL.
Arrested 11:27PM  October 17 at 34XX N Clark.
Charge: Simple battery.



Cardinals at Cubs, October 13, 3:37PM - Cubs win to claim division title


Above, Left to Right:
Rakeem Oliphant-Guerrier, 20, of Rogers Park.
Arrested 3:54PM October 13 at 7XX W. Waveland.
Charges: Theft

Vincent Carlton, 52, of the New City neighborhood.
Arrested 1:30PM October 13 at 1111 W. Addison.
Charges: Unlawful sale of admission tickets and selling tickets near amusement park

Juan Aguero, 25, of Chicago Heights, IL
Arrested: 10:31PM October 13 at 37XX N. Clark.
Charge: Retail theft

Left: Joseph Barney, 43, of the Grand Boulevard neighborhood.
Arrested 11:25PM October 13 at 34XX N. Clark. Charges: Battery and aggravated assault of a police officer

Right: Hoytuan Pierce, 31, of Dolton, IL. Arrested 11:33PM October 13 at 34XX N. Clark. Charges: Reckless discharge of a firearm, armed habitual criminal.


Cardinals at Cubs, October 12, 5:07PM - Cubs win to lead NLDS 2-1

Above, Left to Right:
Vernon J. Scott, 44, of West Pullman.
Arrested 2:42PM October 12 at 1060 W. Addison. 
Charges: Aggravated battery/Peace officer and simple battery

Katie Stoever, 30, of Royal Oak, MI.
Arrested 8:50PM October 12, at 1010 W. Addison.
Charges: Drinking alcohol on the public way and resisting police or aiding escape

Peter J. Pona, 41, of Lakeview.
Arrested 9PM October 12, at 1060 W. Addison. 
Charges: Aggravated battery/Victim 60+ and simple battery.

Above, Left to Right:
Shane D. Acree, 23, city unknown.
Arrested 9PM October 12,  at 1060 W. Addison
Charge:  Simple battery

Ron G. Engel, 25, of Effingham, IL.
Arrested 9PM October 12, at 1060 W. Addison
Charge:  Simple battery

Manuel M. Galvan, 38, of Alsip, IL.
Arrested 9:35PM October 12, at 1050 W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery

Above, Left to Right:
Patrick M. Enderle, 26, of Roscoe, IL.
Arrested 10:26PM October 12, at 1059 W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery

Jovanni Pagan, 19, of Logan Square.
Arrested 10:42PM October 12, at 3500 N. Clark.
Charge: Drinking alcohol on the public way.

Ian Moore, 26, city unknown.
Arrested 11:08PM October 12, at 9XX W. Newport
Charges: Urinating or defecating on the public way and possessing 2.5 to 10 grams of cannabis

Left: Darnell Thompson, 28, of Lincoln Park.
Arrested 12:38AM October 13 at 35XX N. Clark
Charge: Cannabis possession 10 to 30 grams

Cubs At Cardinals, October 10, 4:37PM - Cubs win, tying NLDS 1-1

Left: Ricky E. Clark, 21, of Skokie. Arrested 12:35AM October 11, at 9XX W. Newport
Charge: Theft $500-$9999

Right: Jeffrey M. Andre, 27, of Lockport, IL. Arrested 4:25AM October 11, at 3518 N. Clark.
Charge: Simple battery


Cubs At Cardinals, October 9, 5:45PM - Cubs lose, trail NLDS 0-1


Left: Andrew Danan, 37, of Elk Grove Village, IL. Arrested 10:10PM October 9, at 3506 N. Clark.
Charges: 2 counts of simple battery.

Right: Patrick Mitera, 23, city unknown. Arrested 12:20AM October 10, at 3505 N. Clark.
Charge: Simple assault

Cubs At Pirates, October 7, 7:08PM - Cubs win to claim NL Wild Card


Above, Left to Right:
Hector Zuniga, 25, of Cicero, IL.
Arrested 9:52PM October 7, at 1100 W. Eddy
Charges: Resisting/obstructing and battery

Ulysses Vazquez, 26, of Irving Park.
Arrested 11:30PM October 7, at 3551 N. Clark
Charges: Simple battery and possessing less than 2.5 grams of cannabis

Crosby Wiemahn, 19, of North Lawndale.
Arrested 11:20PM October 7, at 36XX N. Sheffield. Charge: Reckless conduct

Above, Left to Right:
Caleb Porter, 21, of South Chicago.
Arrested 10:20PM October 7, at 36XX N. Sheffield.
Charges: Reckless conduct and resisting police or aiding escape

Juan Canales, 24, of Lakeview.
Arrested 11:22PM October 7, at 37XX N. Kenmore
Charges: Reckless conduct and disorderly conduct/failure to obey police

Brandon Paopao, 19, of Lakeview.
Arrested 11:35PM October 7, at 11XX W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery.


Left: Nicolas Sorrento, 20, of Lakeview. Arrested 11:35PM October 7, at 3550 N. Clark. Charge:Retail theft under $300

Right: Ian Hansen, 21, of Lakeview. Arrested 12:05AM October 8, at 34XX N. Sheffield. Charges: 2 counts of obstructing police or firefighters and 2 counts of aggravated assault

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23 comments:

  1. "Jovanni Pagan" - Hey, with a name like that, I'd have a smile on my face too.

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  2. It's like a high school year book!

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    1. You must have graduated from Fugly High.

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    2. Geesh...after viewing these photos, I feel compelled to take a shower.

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    3. like a year book, except someone drew black eyes and contusions on 1/2 the pictures with a sharpie!

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    4. High school year book lol lol lol lol

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  3. I'm sure that was a lot of work and thank you all for a job very well done.

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  4. Pillars of society lol.

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  5. Not one of these shitbirds escaped or got away with anything, the skill and professionalism of the Police is evident.

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  6. I didn't see too many 30 yr old management consultants in that motley bunch. There's a reason I watched the game in East Lakeview at a great local pub and not 3 blocks closer near the Field.

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  7. Ricky Clark is a regular iPhone or purse snatcher, remember what he looks like

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    1. I recognize Ricky Clark too. He is always lurking around the neighborhood. Very easy to spot...he has the eyes of Satan.

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    2. I've seen him too, he likes to hang out by Belmont and Broadway.

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    3. Ha, He frequents Peets at Halsted and Cornelia AND the big morning manager there gives him free stuff on occasion. Unreal.

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    4. Thanks for the tip on Ricky Clark. I went back to look at his picture so I can remember the local thief. Sad how that's become normal. He does look a bit familiar. Either I've seen him around or maybe he's been on this blog before? Wouldn't be a surprise.

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  8. Sort of like if Night of the Living Dead were cast with urban zombies.

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  9. Royal Oak, Michigan. Did she hitchhike here? Did she move here and forget to change her address on her I.D.?

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  10. One of them is the Sales Director at Procurement Solutions at Xchanging (Chicago), an Information Technology and Services company

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  11. Beanpole MegawattOct 23, 2015, 11:55:00 AM

    Ronnie Woo-Woo should have at least been given a warning for not washing his uniform all season. Saw him the other day walking down Clark and that uniform was criminally filthy.

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    1. Let me guess, in Uptown, right? I've seen him as well. Please don't tell me that's his only uniform....

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    2. Im glad someone else noticed. His uniform is generally filthy. But the young girls seem to like it.

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  12. On Tuesday night I was waiting to cross Clark at Addison right before the game started. Here comes this babe on a bike, riding the wrong way on Clark (of course) cuts right around a police officer on horseback, spooking the horse and nearly hitting it. She should have been arrested.

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  13. Thank you .. God bless you for your hard work and time keeping us informed!

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