Saturday, April 23, 2016

Man Charged With Mugging Senior On Easter Morning Has Been Sentenced to 91 Years In Prison Since 1981

Got a minute? Let's meet “Larry Tolliver,” the man who’s accused of attacking and robbing a 74-year-old woman as she pushed her walker out of an elevator in her Lakeview high-rise on Easter morning.

"Marcus Wells" (top) and "Antonio Tollman"
His story is a blood-boiling tale of yet another violent offender who has been released early from Illinois prisons, only to wind up back in prison after victimizing more people.

Except in "Tolliver's" case, he's been released early fifteen times despite being sentenced to more than 91 years in prison under 12 different names for crimes ranging from burglary (eight times) to armed robbery (twice) to shoplifting.

Incredibly, he was sentenced to 9 years in prison for a 2006 burglary that took place on the same street as the Easter morning mugging. But he didn’t serve 9 years in prison, of course. This is Illinois.

By the time those 9 years were up, “Tolliver” would be convicted and returned to prison twice for other crimes.

State prison records show that “Tolliver,” incarcerated under the name Antonio Tollman, was released on parole from the Big Muddy Correctional Center on March 1 of this year. Less than four weeks later, he mugged the Lakeview woman in the lobby of a senior-focused residential building near Addison and Pine Grove, prosecutors say.

He's being held in lieu of $20,000 bond.

CWB Chicago, using court, police, and correctional records, has pieced together the long criminal history of the 58-year-old…whatever his name is.

Date of CaseName UsedChargeSentence
January 16, 1981UnknownTheft2 years
September 20, 1983UnknownBurglary5 years
February 8, 1984UnknownTheft2 years
February 29, 1984Larry BertrandTheft; receiving/possessing a stolen motor vehicle2 years
September 25, 1986Larry Tolliver BertrandBurglary8 years
January 20, 1991Carl BertrandAttempt Burglary4.5 years
December 31, 1992Larry CortezArmed Robbery8 years
July 21, 1996Antonio WalkerBurglary9 years
December 27, 2000Antonio TollmanArmed Robbery8 years
December 27, 2000UnknownBurglary7 years
December 27, 2000Antonio TollmanBurglary7 years
December 27, 2000Antonio TollmanBurglary7 years
June 10, 2004George J. WilliamsTheft25 days
August 14, 2004Greg HiltRetail theft3 years
April 20, 2006Lawrence LockwoodRetail theft18 months
September 4, 2006Larry C. TolliverBurglary9 years
May 27, 2011Marcus WellsBurglary6 years
August 7, 2014Paul JamesRetail theft2 years
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18 comments:

  1. What does this guy have to do to be serve a substantial amount of time? This is why voting for judges and knowing a judges conviction stance is important. This is why.

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  2. I am speechless. Unfking believable.

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  3. This is the plan of the pro criminal and anti police movement. To make the citizens so immune to victimization that they believe this raping , robbing, beating is just normal urban living. Just walk down any street any Chicago public area now and smell weed pot and blatant public drinking is so open that no one even hides anymore or afraid to get caught . Sad state of affairs , the crooked politicians and ultra liberals got what they want with their aclu lawyer bed buddies ------disorder of law and chaos ! This behavior and acceptance of this will cause this beautiful city to implode. Move out if you can and if you can't , make a plan cause the thug criminals are now in charge of the kingdom ! This is the best advice you will ever read, cwb is the only accurate media in this entire city and they don't even profit like the other garbage robot news outlets do. Shame on Rahm run mainstream news!

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  4. "But he didn’t serve 9 years in prison, of course. This is Illinois." Haaaa!

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  5. This will NEVER happen if we all listen to Toni Preckwinkle - vote for her sock puppet Kim Foxx.
    The misunderstood Mr Tolliver / Wells / Tollman would never have been sentenced to actual prison in the first place. Prison doesn't 'help restore people's faith in the judicial system'.

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    1. I plan to vote for whomever runs AGAINST Kim Foxx. She's in bed with the thugs.

      I used to like Toni Preckwinkle. Not anymore She is pro-thug, too.

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    2. Kim Foxx still has to beat the Republican cadidate to become SA. Spread the word. Vote against KM in the general election!

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  6. Disgusting, whatever happened to three strikes and you're out? It's had to imagine this type of lowlife attacking an old woman............. I pray that she has recovered!

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    1. 3 strikes? never was a thing.

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  7. Why is anyone surprised? This is yet another reason police morale is low. Why do all the work to hunt a bad person when the courts and detention system gives them a huge sentence yet allows them out extremely early? This evil person has been allowed to continue his bike acts, yet they hammer a former Govenor for a non violent act? This state is backwards

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  8. And yet we're poised to make this kind of "progressive" governance a permanent part of the national landscape from which there will be no turning back. No wonder more and more educated Americans are moving overseas.

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  9. How do we make sure Rahm and Kim Foxx see this?

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    1. They know they know

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  10. WOW ! 91 years of prison time and still free and still able to pillage in our community. Thank you Cook County Judges. Easter Sunday morning and this thug assaults a senior citizen on her way to be with her husband in a nursing home to spend Easter with him. How much did she have in her purse? Maybe $5.00 and a RTA Senior Citizen card to get her to and from the nursing home? Lake View is screwed. There is no hope for us. It's all down hill from here. Right Tom ? ? ?

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  11. How can they convict him with different names?? B^LL Sh*t - Tom Dart needs to be fired.

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  12. Somehow my boy has no bond for being caught with marijuana welcome to Chicago kill whoever rob old ladies you won't get in trouble just don't sell weed in a neighborhood that's trying to gentrify πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­

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  13. And Martha Stewart had to serve her whole sentence! Wow Illinois is screwed.

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  14. Our legal system is too busy with low level drug users to waste time on a violent offender such as himself.

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