Tuesday, June 28, 2016

#20, #21, #22, #23, #24: The latest Pride Parade arrestees

Here are the latest additions to the list of individuals arrested and charged with crimes in the wake of the 2016 Chicago Pride Parade.

All mugshots, names, charges, and other information have been provided by the Chicago Police Department.
Note: 2016 Pride Parade arrests #1 thru #19 are posted HERE

Bugunkov
Arrest #20
Name: Olkesandr Bugunkov
Age: 26
Home: New York City, NY
Time of arrest: Monday, 12:05AM
Location of arrest: 3400 N. Halsted
Charge: Battery




Harris

Arrest #21
Name: Laqwesha Monique Harris
Age: 26
Home: Dekalb, IL
Time of arrest: Monday, 12:08AM
Location of arrest: 3335 N. Halsted
Charges: Battery, Disorderly conduct-failure to obey a lawful order to disperse



Jackson

Arrest #22
Name: Darius Jackson
Age: 35
Home: South Chicago neighborhood
Time of arrest: Monday, 12:45AM
Location of arrest: 802 W. Belmont
Charge: Reckless conduct




Bradford
Arrest #23
Name: Nolen Orion Bradford
Age: 18
Home: Jonesboro, Arkansas
Time of arrest: Monday, 1:30AM
Location of arrest: 946 W, Belmont
Charge: Disorderly conduct - failure to obey police




Willis
Arrest #24
Name: Jamal R. Willis
Age: 27
Home: Chicago Heights, IL
Time of arrest: Monday, 1:30AM
Location of arrest: 946 W. Belmont
Charge: Disorderly conduct - failure to obey police
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16 comments:

  1. What is reckless conduct, disorderly conduct?

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    1. whatever the cops want it to be

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    2. (720 ILCS 5/12-5) (from Ch. 38, par. 12-5)
      Sec. 12-5. Reckless conduct.
      (a) A person commits reckless conduct when he or she, by any means lawful or unlawful, recklessly performs an act or acts that:
      (1) cause bodily harm to or endanger the safety of

      another person; or
      (2) cause great bodily harm or permanent disability

      or disfigurement to another person.

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    3. MCC 8-4-010

      Disorderly conduct

      A person commits disorderly conduct when he knowingly:

      a.

      Does any act in such unreasonable manner as to provoke, make or aid in making a breach of peace; or

      b.

      Does or makes any unreasonable or offensive act, utterance, gesture or display which, under the circumstances, creates a clear and present danger of a breach of peace or imminent threat of violence; or

      c.

      Refuses or fails to cease and desist any peaceful conduct or activity likely to produce a breach of peace where there is an imminent threat of violence, and where the police have made all reasonable efforts to protect the otherwise peaceful conduct and activity, and have requested that said conduct and activity be stopped and explained the request if there be time; or

      d.

      Fails to obey a lawful order of dispersal by a peace officer who has identified himself as such, or is otherwise reasonably identifiable as such, issued under circumstances where three or more persons are committing acts of disorderly conduct in the immediate vicinity, which acts are likely to cause substantial harm; or

      e.

      Fails to obey an order by a peace officer, traffic control aide, fire department official, or other official, who has identified himself as such, or is otherwise reasonably identifiable as such, issued under circumstances where it is reasonable to believe that the order is necessary to allow public safety officials to address a situation that threatens the public health, safety, or welfare; or

      f.

      Assembles with three or more persons for the purpose of using force or violence to disturb the public peace; or

      g.

      Remains in the public way in a manner that blocks customer access to a commercial establishment, after being asked to clear the entrance by the person in charge of such establishment; or

      h.

      Appears in any public place manifestly under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or other drug, not therapeutically administered, to the degree that he may endanger himself or other persons or property, or annoy persons in his vicinity; or

      i.

      Reserved.

      j.

      Either: (1) knowingly approaches another person within eight feet of such person, unless such other person consents, for the purpose of passing a leaflet or handbill to, displaying a sign to, or engaging in oral protest, education, or counseling with such other person in the public way within a radius of 50 feet from any entrance door to a hospital, medical clinic or healthcare facility, or (2) by force or threat of force or by physical obstruction, intentionally injures, intimidates or interferes with or attempts to injure, intimidate or interfere with any person entering or leaving any hospital, medical clinic or healthcare facility.

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  2. Shining examples of the citizenry who do not live in Boystown. Poor little Laqwesha, bawling her eyes out in her mugshot. "Battery, Disorderly conduct-failure to obey a lawful order to disperse." Oh WELL. Bet your momma is so proud of you!

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  3. poor Laqwhesa is crying that she got caught.

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  4. Most of them in the latest batch look like they could care less (other than guuurlfriend)

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  5. So they CAN order them to disperse! That's probably why there weren't so many violent incidents this year.

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  6. THANK YOU CPD, State Police, and sherrifs for all your presence in Lakeview this weekend!! My husband and I live a half a block North of the Belmont stop and I was literally afraid to leave our house after dark on Sunday. I woke up at 1:30am to all the sirens at Belmont and Wilton and several loud mouthed thugs that clearly don't live in our neighborhood leaving the scene and knew something major was going down. Hence all the arrests from these losers above. It just makes sense to move the parade downtown, or close Berlin for good!

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    1. Have you been to Berlin? ....Those folks do not hang out or go there ...1000 liquors and the fact that the redline runs 24/7 is the problem

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  7. So not a single arrest of an actual Lakeview resident. Got it. Thanks for visiting.

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    1. I'm shocked Schaumburg didn't represent. You must acknowledge we're getting classier suburbs throwin' down in Lakeview recently.

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  8. I see a bunch of "disorderlies"-what were the CRIMES?

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  9. CWB, why don't u get the alderman to host a forum on moving the parade downtown?

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  10. 70+% of these people share something in common. Some people just dont like to listen to instructions.

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