Monday, June 27, 2016

MUGSHOTS: Meet the first 19 Pride Parade arrestees

UPDATE June 28: Arrests #20 through 24 are posted HERE.
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LOLZ! Well, the good ol' Pride Parade spin machine is up to its old tricks today, with media outlets citing a Chicago Police Department spokesman as saying there were "seven" arrests yesterday.

Too funny. As CWB Chicago reported this morning, there were 19 arrests in connection with the event—far fewer than in previous years. But, that's not good enough for some folks, apparently.

So, here they are. The mugshots and details of all 19 people known to have been arrested during and in the aftermath of yesterday's Pride Parade. (We expect to receive a few more additions from early Monday's arrests.)

Observant readers may notice a familiar name in the list of parade arrestees:  Mr. Keno Blackmon was also arrested last week on the Sydney Marovitz Golf Course as part of a group that allegedly threatened people with a Taser and stole property along the lakefront.

Note: All names, mugshots, charges, and other information have been provided by the Chicago Police Department.

Perkins
Arrest #1
Name: Melvin Q. Perkins
Age: 29
Home: Chicago Lawn neighborhood
Time of arrest: 1:02PM
Location of arrest: 3182 N. Clark
Charge: Cannabis possession



Miller
Arrest #2
Name: Tesla L Miller
Age: 19
Home: Portage Park neighborhood
Time of arrest: 3:30PM
Location of arrest: 933 W. Belmont
Charge: Unlawful Use of a Weapon - Knife



Rodriguez
Arrest #3
Name: Jeanette A Rodriguez
Age: 18
Home: Portage Park neighborhood
Time of arrest: 3:32PM
Location of arrest: 933 W. Belmont
Charge: Littering



Tenelema-Calva
Arrest #4
Name: Felix Tenelema-Calva
Age: 44
Home: Avondale neighborhood
Time of arrest: 3:50PM
Location of arrest: 1220 W. Belmont
Charge: Battery





Wilkins
Arrest #5
Name: William J. Wilkins
Age: 21
Home: Morgan Park neighborhood
Time of arrest: 3:52PM
Location of arrest: 814 W Buckingham
Charge: Warrant - Failure to appear





Garcia
Arrest #6
Name: Jonathan Garcia
Age: 18
Home: Forest Glen neighborhood
Time of arrest: 4:50PM
Location of arrest: 3301 N. Halsted
Charges: Reckless conduct, Resisting police





Garcia Cacheux
Arrest #7
Name: Karla Garcia Cacheux
Age: 23
Home: Forest Glen neighborhood
Time of arrest: 4:50PM
Location of arrest: 3301 N. Halsted
Charge: Battery





Gonzalez
Arrest #8
Name: Adal Gonzalez
Age: 33
Home: Woodstock, IL
Time of arrest: 6:30PM
Location of arrest: 944 W. Addison
Charge: Battery, Criminal damage to property





Banks
Arrest #9
Name: Shaquilla Banks
Age: 21
Home: N/A
Time of arrest: 6:57PM
Location of arrest: 945 W Belmont
Charge: Reckless conduct





Williams
Arrest #10
Name: Camyra Williams
Age: 18
Home: Austin neighborhood
Time of arrest: 6:57PM
Location of arrest: 945 W. Belmont
Charge: Reckless conduct





Brown
Arrest #11
Name: Imari Brown
Age: 18
Home: Bellwood, IL
Time of arrest: 6:57PM
Location of arrest: 945 W. Belmont
Charge: Reckless conduct





Abdi
Arrest #12
Name: Said Abdi
Age: 32
Home: N/A
Time of arrest: 7:11PM
Location of arrest: 800 W. Aldine
Charge: Criminal damage





Bobo
Arrest #13
Name: Corey A Bobo
Age: 21
Home: Humboldt Park neighborhood
Time of arrest: 7:35PM
Location of arrest: 3602 N. Halsted
Charge: Resisting police (2 counts), Reckless conduct





Blackmon
Arrest #14
Name: Keno Blackmon
Age: 18
Home: North Lawndale neighborhood
Time of arrest: 7:38PM
Location of arrest: 736 W. Addison
Charge: Reckless conduct, Obstructing identification





Davis
Arrest #15
Name: Gordon J. Davis
Age: 26
Home: Glenview, IL
Time of arrest: 8:15PM
Location of arrest: 3369 N. Clark
Charge: Battery





Boyd
Arrest #16
Name: Stephanie Boyd
Age: 26
Home: South Holland, IL
Time of arrest: 9:38PM
Location of arrest: 3141 N. Clark
Charge: Criminal damage





Coleman
Arrest #17
Name: Dacole Coleman
Age: 24
Home: Flossmoor, IL
Time of arrest: 10:23PM
Location of arrest: 3232 N. Halsted
Charge: Obstruction of traffic by non-motorist





Fox
Arrest #18
Name: Ashley Fox
Age: 26
Home: N/A
Time of arrest: 10:20PM
Location of arrest: 3046 N. Halsted
Charge: Battery





Portis
Arrest #19
Name: Charles Portis
Age: 19
Home: Austin neighborhood
Time of arrest: 11:24PM
Location of arrest: 3202 N. Sheffield
Charge: Reckless conduct



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28 comments:

  1. Thanks for visiting the neighborhood, your prize is that you now you get to live on the internet forever! A special note to the guy with two swords neck tattoo, thank you for that. You made it easy to ID you forever, jackass.

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  2. I witnessed 13 and 14, complete scumbags that contribute nothing to society. Im sure the judge will apologize to them for the police doing their jobs

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  3. One of these is not like the others

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  4. #15 looks to be at least 15 years older than 26

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  5. Surprised at #1. I thought that was now a ticket matter unless the amount he had exceeded the amount allowed. With #3 there has got to be more to the story. We wouldn't have enough prison guards to monitor the number of prisoners arrested for littering. Just about everyone who watched the parade would be guilty in some form or other. That said, I do believe that pursuing the small offenses lead to less greater ones.
    Bottom line, I still favor moving the parade and all the after events downtown.

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  6. You are missing a couple! Ha! Whoever your info is coming from let you down

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  7. As usual, none of those causing problems actually live (pay rent / mortgages / taxes) here.

    OK, based on that neck tattoo, contestant #1 clearly hasn't made a lot of great choices. BUT to get slapped with a cannabis possession charge a day after a two-night Phish Fest ... that's rough. Is there more to this story? Had the cops searched any random person on Clark street Friday - Saturday, they'd have a lot more of those on record.

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    1. Smoking pot is handled with a ticket unless (a) the offender refuses to co-operate with the ticket writing process or (b) the offender does not have ID to prove who they are. A third option is (c) the offender's behaves like an asshole and a ticket is deemed inappropriate by officers.

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    2. #1 Melvin is an asshole he disrespects customers and employees if they don't give him money.When he see's the security he will take off running though and is gone by the time the police come.So glad he got locked up he deserved it!

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  8. Maybe they didn't include things such as smoking weed, littering, blocking traffic, and acting disorderly in their counts.

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    1. Yes, they did. They specifically mentioned the pot smoker and litterbug in their release as being part of the 7. Oddly, they didn't mention the resisting arrests or knife possession. Hmm. Almost seems backwards, doesn't it?

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  9. The blatant littering, pot smoking, and traffic blocking by COH visitors used to annoy the hell out of me when I lived nearby for five years. Glad someone was finally held accountable for the same. I agree with CWB that it probably had to do with the way they reacted to the officers.

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  10. I noticed that none of them lists an address in Lakeview. That might explain why we sold our condo last year and moved happily overseas.

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    1. You have now mentioned countless times that you moved to Singapore. Good for you. Enough already.

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    2. Some of them don't list a hometown. They might live at the Howard Brown Health Center or Broadway Youth Center.

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    3. The only way these losers could afford to live in Lakeview was if they were at the Center on Halsted.

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    4. Why the fuck are you still reading this blog? Life must be great there, sister.

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    5. That gal who moved to Singapore can't stop rubbing it in our faces! We can't all be investment bankers honey and just move overseas when we want.

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    6. I'd move to Singapore in a minute to escape the insanity of the endless crime in America's cities.

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  11. I'm worried that the police were so busy arresting people for weed and littering that they were not available to protect citizens from criminals holding people up at gun or knifepoint or breaking into homes.

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  12. Always Mormons. As a "progressive", I'm proud we welcome tax-recipient, multiple offenders into the neighborhoods of productive citizens.

    It warms my heart that hard-working families will be a "fair share" of the victims of a dysfunctional culture, and then taxed to pay for it, even if they don't realize diversity is our greatest strength.

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  13. Keno Blackmon seems to be part of the greatest hits album here on CWB.

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  14. Tesla is cute, when you out of jail sugar?

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  15. So is Keno going to get bail revoked????

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    1. Judge has ordered him held only on a $10,000 D-bond. That means someone will have to put up $1000 for him to walk out.

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  16. Why do you guys put up with so much crap to live in Chicago, specifically Lakeview? Don't get me wrong - I used to for 10 years - but other than the lakefront, not that special. And that lakefront is only good for 4-5 months per year.

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  17. Dacole Coleman - that's a name. Imagine applying for a job at Goldman Sachs (or just Walmart) with a first name like that one. LOL.

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  18. I was there for 15 at houndstooth, that guy was drunk as fuck but never laid a hand on anyone. Bouncers tried to rip his drink out of his hand on the patio and he told them to fuck off and got pinned by four dudes and arrested shortly after. ABSOLUTELY appreciate the work CPD does every day keeping our neighborhood safe but sometimes the accusers are worse then the alleged offenders. Hope you're alright my man!

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