Monday, May 23, 2016

Jewelry Store Heist Suspect Pleads Guilty, Gets Boot Camp

Talk about quick work. Barely a month after police responding to a Lincoln Park jewelry store’s burglar alarm arrested Doel Pizarro with burglary tools and a tray of display rings, a plea deal has been reached.

Pizarro (Chicago Police Dept)
In exchange for his guilty plea, 23-year-old Pizarro was assigned to Cook County boot camp, which consists of “18 weeks of intensive military training and an eight–month supervised post–release program” according to the program’s website.

Police never found the second man was seen running out of Steve Quick Jeweler with Pizarro at 1:30AM on April 11.

Speed Walker

And a second Lincoln Park burglary case has come to a quick resolution, too.

Walker (Ill Dept of Corrections)
James E. Walker, arrested near Southport and Lill after undercover cops caught him leaving the scene of a midday burglary on April 6, has pleaded guilty to one count of theft.

Walker, 22, received a two year sentence in exchange for his plea.
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14 comments:

  1. Burglary tools?? Hopefully, he doesn't get Judge Luckman. He will have them destroyed and the Judge will give him a wink and watch him stroll out of Branch 42.

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  2. Errr you can get plea deals without identifying your accomplices?

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  3. Guilty plea with no jail time and the PA didn't even get a name of who helped with the theft? No, let's just send him to both camp and build his muscles.

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  4. Seems like a light sentence for robbing a jewelry store.

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    1. Shocking I say. Just shocking!

      To be fair though, this must have been a real hard, ass law and order type judge.
      Preckwinkle and Fox would have given the guy a pat on the head and a $50 Burger King gift certificate for his trouble....two pats on the head and $100.

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  5. Awesome. He can work on building speed, strength, and endurance in a boot camp to become a more efficient criminal. This city, county, and state are a joke.

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  6. We have got a state run catch and release program here in IL! What a huge slap in the face to law enforcement and the community!

    Let's track and circulate lists of these judges these judges and vote them out of office!

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  7. Pisarro in the running for ugliest mug shot of 2016. He needed a lot of stolen bling to distract from that ugly mug.

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  8. Why not let the first guy do his 8 months of "supervised release" in Afghanistan? No sense in letting all of that boot camp training go to waste.

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    1. Agreed! Whatever happened to sending these criminals to the military instead of jail? Seems like a good solution to me.

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    2. LOL, good one

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  9. The Boot Camp model was changed by Tom Dart and is no longer a military style program. Boot camp is now a community service type program and vocational training program. I am sure we can also thank Tom's Rocket Docket for these quick resolutions, now we can all watch to see how long till they reoffend.

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  10. I hope it's now a vocational program. To give free military training and body strengthening skills to a brazen criminal is probably the worst idea I've ever heard of.

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  11. does the victim get a say in the plea deal reached with a defendant? seems like they should.

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