Saturday, September 17, 2016

Teen Who Mugged Rahm's Son Heads To Prison For Crack Distribution, Stolen Auto Possession

The Uptown teen who pleaded guilty to robbing Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s son outside of the family's home at Christmastime 2014 has been shipped off to prison after pleading guilty to narcotics and motor vehicle theft charges this week.

Payne's IDOC intake photo
Phillip Payne, now 19, received juvenile probation for beating up Zach Emanuel and taking his phone steps from the mayoral family’s front door on December 19, 2014.

But, as CWB Chicago reported, Payne continued to have run-ins with the police.

The big hit came just one month after he pleaded guilty to robbing Emanuel.

On Easter Sunday 2015, cops following up on a complaint of “non-residents” in a CHA building entered an apartment and say they found Payne hunched over a coffee table with ”several small blue baggies and a clear plastic bag containing a white substance.” While other "non-residents" fled the scene, Payne allegedly threw a bag containing a white substance out of the apartment window.

Payne, center row at left, in a Facebook profile pic
He was slapped with a Class X felony charge of manufacture-delivery of 15 grams of cocaine on public housing property and manufacture-delivery of cocaine.

This week, Payne pleaded guilty to one cocaine distribution charge and a separate count of possessing a stolen motor vehicle. He received four years for the narcotics charge and three years for the auto possession.

Payne arrived at Stateville Correctional Center on Friday.

In April 2015, Payne’s brother, 27-year-old Boshaun Jackson, was shot dead in the 4800 block of N. Lake Shore Drive.

Police say Payne is a member of the Black P Stones street gang who runs with the Uptown “Hoolagang.”
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31 comments:

  1. All the guys in his facebook profile pic look like they are afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis.

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    1. That was the artists rendering from the kid that won the Chicago city vehicle sticker contest.

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  2. That intake photo, though .... deer caught in the headlights.

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  3. He does not look like a "College Counselor".

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  4. Rahm's brat shoulda paid his bill.

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  5. Rahms kid was buying dope from him. All the cops know that.

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  6. And the Democrats keep telling us that we should decrease the incarceration rate. Perhaps Rahm could invite him to move in with the Emanuels?

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    1. And he would not have to worry about getting arrested with all that police protection around of the house - both front and back.

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    2. Nice group of kids there. I'm sure they have their FOID and Conceal Carry license for those guns in the pic. Hope they all go to Statesville.

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  7. Heard from neighbors that he didn't do the mugging, that is was "arranged" and his mother got paid. The group picture is from his brother's funeral. Sadly, his mother has also died. Had DCFS, CPS, and VOP served this family Mor effectively, Phillip might have made better choices. A sad situation all around. Hoolagang and PBG (Pooh Bear Gang) still very active in Uptown, check out their videos. People need to respond and support efforts to make changes happen before we lose more youth to this gang culture of violence and disrespect of women and peace.

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    1. "Had DCFS, CPS, and VOP served this family Mor effectively, Phillip might have made better choices"

      Or maybe a good parent. The government is an awful parent.

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    2. He has a father in California. If he's serious about making a change in his life and avoiding the same fate as his big brother, maybe dad can step up and be a parent and get him out of Chicago. Philip has seen what happens when you stay in a gang. It remains to be seen whether he's smart enough to avoid his brother's fate.

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    3. Amen - society is a bad parent. There aren't enough medical, food and "societal" resources to raise every child thrown out of an incapable family. The problem (or the opportunity, depending who is involved) starts at creation. Blaming agencies, CPD, etc is ignoring the source, because getting the source to be accountable is uncomfortable.

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    4. I think you are on to something in the sense that without a strong family, the gangs move in and take over kids lives. They provide guidance. Chicago in combination with the feds needs to target and take these gangs down hard. Sadly I have not seen a program or system on how to replace parents and families who do not care for their children.

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    5. I came from a single parent home. My mom refused to go on welfare. We didn't have money, which used to embarrass me, but now I make good money and I earned it myself. I'm so sick of hearing this tired ass argument. My mom worked two jobs, six and sometimes 7 days a week. Spare me "they need resources" crap. I saw it in CPS how differently people are treated and it's not how the suburban liberals and BLM would have you believe. They're given automatic attentions in order to get them to succeed.

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  8. I'll bet Rahm had direct line to him, not only for drugs but to kick his kids ass on demand because he couldn't do it himself being "all about the kids" with the traffic cameras and all.

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  9. 7 years? I'm sure he'll be out in 3-4 because that's how Crook County rolls. Funny how you can literally mug the mayor's son in this city and still get a slap on the wrist. I bet he'd literally need a dumptruck of cocaine to get put away for any serious amount of time.

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    1. The High Rev FlavelSep 19, 2016, 11:51:00 AM

      Bullshit, he will be out within a year. Wait and see. (Remember now, he is a good boy and is just beginning to turn his life around.)

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  10. He's just misunderstood. The police put that case on him. He didn't have enough resources.

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    1. I grew up poor. We didn't have "resources." And yet no one in my family ever mugged someone or committed a robbery or burglary or became a drug dealer. We were taught right from wrong and raised with values and morals. Anyone who reaches adulthood without those attributes is a hopeless, ongoing threat to all law-abiding citizens and should be permanently locked up to protect the rest of us.

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  11. That really shows Illinois laws are a joke. Probation for beating the shit out of the mayor's son. Had he did this in New York City, his parole officer aint been born yet. They would bury his ass under the jail. California got 3 strikes your out. And they have gang injunctions where any crime committed by a gang member everyone with them is going down for a very long time. Harden criminals are locked up long time. Thats why L.A. has reduced violent crime by 80 percent. Compton used to have a murder damn near everyday during the 80's and 90's. Early 90's. But since them it's dropped due to gang injunctions and 3 strikes. That made a lot of cats straighten up cause they saw it was no joke. That's real. People straighten up when they looking at decades, even life in prison. And the Golden State enforces these laws to the fullest all day, everyday.

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    1. It's refreshing to know that there are places in the country that get it.

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    2. And the California legislature if farther left than Illinois'. If they can do it, the corrupt thugs in Springfield can.

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    3. Look at the news. They've run a second piece on Chicagobreakingnews about a poor EMT who's life may be over in a "flash of gunfire" after CPD on view him shoot another gunman and the evil police shoot him as well.

      Buried in the paper, of course, is the fact that this man "allegedly" failed to follow with police orders to drop his weapon.

      Also buried is that fact that this man changed his name after having a felony conviction for weapons-related crimes and AGG assault to police. It's a brief mention, buried under the odd story of midnight tacos.

      We have a local politician bailing misdemeanor offense people out. Why?!

      This city, state and country are in a downward spiral of liberal policies, executed by corrupt politicians, control of the masses by carefully crafted news presenting a false narrative and an ever changing court system that is sinking lower and lower in their duties to uphold the law, prosecute criminals and protect the innocent.

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  12. Shockingly, the California legislature IS further left than ours. And they still deal with criminals better.
    Just shows you what crap IL residents put up with. Stupid. Absurd. Dangerous crap.
    The result of decades of corruption, lazy ass citizens and identity politics. What a shit heap.

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  13. He's a good boy. Check.
    Turning his life around. Check.
    Removing his Facebook account. Check.
    Find graduation pictures for news outlets. Check.
    Get lawyer who will exploit the public with weeping parent(s) with press conference. Check.
    Charged and released within a ridiculous small amount of time because of overcrowding. Reading about the same guy arrested again. Writing this again. Check. Check. CHECK

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    1. You forgot to mention: re-elect the same corrupt bureaucrats into office. Check.

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    2. Nope,he was sentenced to boot camp. See the SunTimes:http://chicago.suntimes.com/politics/teen-who-robbed-mayor-rahm-emanuels-son-sentenced-to-boot-camp/

      This is pitiful. Crook County judges need to be fired.

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    3. Nope. He was sentenced to prison and he went to prison. He may be eventually be deemed eligible for bootcamp. His parole date is currently set for 2018.

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