Sunday, July 03, 2016

Charges dropped against man accused of attacking off-duty cop in Wrigleyville

Charges have been dropped against a man accused of battering an off-duty police officer who intervened in a Wrigleyville street disturbance on June 22. The officer was rendered unconscious in the attack.

Wilson
One count of felony aggravated battery to a police officer against 29-year-old Tremaine Wilson was tossed out with a finding of no probable cause by Cook County Judge Marvin Luckman. The state then dropped a lesser charge of reckless conduct, according to court records.

Officers who arrested Wilson said that cops “positively identified Wilson as an offender”after viewing video from a nearby CPD blue light camera, according to court records.

But Luckman found otherwise during a court hearing late last week.

As CWB Chicago first reported hours after the incident, police already knew that the primary offender who knocked the off-duty officer unconscious escaped arrest on the night of the attack.

The off-duty cop, 28, suffered a concussion, facial injuries, and a cut to his head, according to a source. He joined the police department three years ago after leaving the Marine Corps as a sergeant, the source said.

Holcomb
According to witnesses and audio recorded on a nearby webcam, the off-duty officer intervened when a disturbance between two men and one of the men's girlfriend escalated on the southeast corner of Clark and Addison.

20-year-old Taquisha Holcomb is still charged with battery and cannabis possession. She was positively identified by the man and his girlfriend as the person who punched the girlfriend in the face and body during the altercation, according to a police report. Officers say they found 10 small bags of suspected marijuana in her bra during a custodial search.

The girlfriend is a 25-year-old Oak Park resident, according to a source. Her boyfriend, 37, lives in Rogers Park.
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36 comments:

  1. Judge Luckmans name keeps coming up and this seals it for me. We keep asking for the names of judges who are soft on crime . Here is the guy.

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  2. (((Marvin Luckman)))

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  3. Judge Luckman NEEDS to retire NOW! He is proven to be incompetent!

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    1. Sounds like some of the Halsted St bar owners and local politicians. Chicago will once again rise from the ashes!

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  4. Typical from that fucker Luckman. Countless violent criminals are terrorizing us becuase of him.

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  5. THIS is exactly why (1) offenders get off and come back into the neighborhood to create further havoc, and why (2) police officers, at least in the eyes of a POS like Wilson, have no power, real or perceived. If there is video evidence backing up the charges, why is that not sufficient? Yet "Judge" Luckman releases the offender. Remember this at election time!

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  6. Why don't the states attorneys strike a deal with the boyfriend to identify Wilson? Who the fuck is running the show here?

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  7. Marvin Luckman. (checks wallet for voter registration, looks at calendar, waits patiently)

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  8. Cook County Judge Marvin Luckman seems to have his name mentioned in this blog very often. It's always for very low bond, no bond but a promise to appear in court or just throws the case out. This one had a badly injured Police Officer, a video and a witness or 2. Does Judge Luckman use a dog for visual assistance getting to and from court? We should all remember his name when it appears on the ballot at the next election.

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  9. "tossed out with a finding of no probably cause"

    what a joke...

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  10. What? Can't these same people id this guy if they can I'd the girl? I don't want to see an innocent man framed but we want who ever did this off the streets.

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  11. Judge Peggy Chiampas would have held him without bond. She sides with Police officers, not criminals. Fuck you, luckman.

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    1. Peggy is a former states attorney and she has had 25 yrs of seeing this happen and now that she's a judge she's making sure it doesn't happen on her watch!

      Side note... Toni preckwinekle wants Chiampas off the bench. She feels Peggy is to hard on criminals. Remember that at election time too!

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  12. Judge Luckman is like your dear ol' granpa who can never discipline his grand kids no matter how badly they behave or how many times they misbehave. He should have retired a long time ago but instead he's there at Belmont and western letting people off. Go watch him in action one morning.

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  13. Luckman is mentioned here frequently because all felony cases in the area are sent to his courtroom for preliminary hearing, unless indicted. Why no anger at the State for failing to slam the slam dunk, or just indicting him and taking away the risk? I don't think we have enough details.

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  14. Using ((())) is anti Semitic and should be deleted immediately

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    1. Your search - "((()))" - did not match any documents.
      Your search - (()))- did not match any documents.
      Really??
      Whatever that means has nothing to do with the assertion that Luckman is an asshat with a revolving door for thugs and no mind for the common good. Note it and vote it.

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    2. How is that anti semetic?

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    3. Simply google it. Putting names in 3 brackets is used by white supremacists to ID people as Jewish. Common knowledge.

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    4. I am not the original poster but I did Google "parentheses is anti Semitic" and got this:

      https://mic.com/articles/144228/echoes-exposed-the-secret-symbol-neo-nazis-use-to-target-jews-online#.QYsW4glAS

      And yes, Luckman needs to be retired

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    5. Am I missing something ?

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  15. It's called echo

    https://m.mic.com/articles/144228/echoes-exposed-the-secret-symbol-neo-nazis-use-to-target-jews-online#.JIaoL8rFE

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  16. That is great street cred for the gang member.

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  17. Send to grand jury to bypass this clown in a judge's robe.

    Who was the poster complaining that Officers get enhanced charges for suspects when attacked?! Don't worry, when it gets to court it gets thrown out. This officer will finally understand the necessity of staying fetal.

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  18. This gives some background about ((( ))), it's a dog whistle for anti-semites and neo nazis. https://mic.com/articles/144228/echoes-exposed-the-secret-symbol-neo-nazis-use-to-target-jews-online#.Eo9fLKNQK

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  19. So....now you want be (((politically correct)))....eh?

    See how that works out for you the next time that you are the helpless victim.

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  20. You would think Judge Luckman would keep this area or even any area safer.He lives around the 3600 block of Lakeshore Drive and shops at a grocery store near Broadway and Addison.

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    1. I'm sure if Luckman became a victim then: 1)Charges would be brought against the alleged offender, 2) A very high bail or no bail at all because he would say he is a "protected employee" which makes the crime that much worse and finally 3) he would be the first to say "No Deals!" and insist that the offender serve at least 85% of his sentence.

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  21. Once again the word on the street ....."Sheeeit that mother fuckin Judge luckman kool dog"."He knows its tough out here for us criminals".Lucky G "gangsta" Marvin strikes again.

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    1. LOL. .and how true!

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  22. Can we get some sort of list of soft judges before the next election? Having lived in Crook County now for 8 years, I've learned the judge votes matter.

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  23. There has to be more to this story. WHY did the judge say no probable cause? CWB, please give more info on this. I'm 100% supportive of you guys and gals in blue. But if the guy wasn't properly identified, or turns out he was in Ohio that night, or WHATEVER his defense attorney said, can you please share this info.

    2ndly, WHY did the state suddenly drop the other charges???

    On the other hand, if it's true the judge simply threw this out willy nilly, this is very disturbing and not only should police officers be up in arms, but every Chicago citizen who cares about the law should be disturbed by this. Furthermore, where is Rahm and the new super???

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  24. You want a list? Here is your list of judges. ALL OF THEM vote them ALL OUT maybe the next batch will apply a bit of peer pressure. Vote every last one out.

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  25. Tremaine l.wilson prior convictions for aggravated vehicular hijacking with a weapon and possession of a stolen vehicle. If you hate the police you need to love your criminals.

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