Friday, September 16, 2016

Two Charged With Mugging Woman In Boystown Tuesday

Thompson (L) and Washington. (Cook Co. Sheriff''s Office)
Two men are facing robbery charges after a 23-year-old woman was beaten and robbed in Boystown this week.

26-year-old Steven L. Thompson of Joliet is charged with one felony count of robbery in connection with the incident, which was reported at 11:55PM Tuesday in the 800 block of West Buckingham.

23-year-old Sadarian Washington of the Chatham neighborhood is charged with robbery, aggravated battery to a police officer and criminal damage to property.

Police say Thompson attacked the woman while Washington wrestled her purse away.

Washington resisted arrest and damaged a police vehicle, according to a statement issued by the police department.

Bail for Thompson is set at $750,000. Washington's bail information was not immediately available.
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23 comments:

  1. All the time and expense to get here from Joliet and Chatham to beat up a 23 woman and steal her purse. Pretty sad for us its worth the time, expense and risk for these violent thugs to come all the way to the Northside.

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    1. You think she was the ONLY one they robbed?

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  2. Guess being a Sidekick Bob lookalike doesn't pay Thompson? next step, beating up ladies for coin purses! looooooooooooser.

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  3. How about no bail.

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  4. In a restroom out that way, there was a note in a bathroom stall "Push to flush toilet"....and somebody changed it to Joliet. That was better than when somebody scratched off the letter C on the "baby changing station" at McDonalds.

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  5. Think of the mentality of two men willing to beat on a woman. Then PLEASE have the mindset you are fighting for your life...by whatever means.

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  6. Anyone heard from Tunney? Yeah. I didn't think so.

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  7. Is that a neck tattoo?

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    1. Nah, it's just some illiterate scrawl on the facade of a dumbass.
      Oh wait......that's the same thing.
      Sorry.
      Moving along now.

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  8. I'm sure they'll get at least two hours of probation.

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  9. Why not no bail? So one of them came here all the way from Joliet? Betcha he's got a record there too.

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    1. Shhhh Lianna..we can't consider the criminal background of these poor criminals. This is Chicago. We realize they are heros implicated by bad, racist, police officers.

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  10. Love this comment from Tunney in today's DNA article about crime on the north side: "In neighboring Lakeview, residents and Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) continue to fight for more officers on the street because of a perceived increase in crime." PERCEIVED. https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20160916/lincoln-park/disturbing-uptick-lincoln-park-crime-prompts-ald-demand-more-cops

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    1. Hey Tunneys - we've been listening to your psychobabble for years now - it's all as meaningless as you are useless as an alderthing. So, how do you "perceive" this raised middle finger?

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    2. Please please please -
      Remember to include Michelle Do Nothing Smith and the great James Mr Social Work Cappleman EVERY time.
      The three stooges are equally responsible for letting this neighborhood burn to the ground.

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  11. Maybe these 2 Einstein's could get jobs at "Sherman Williams."

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    1. ....In the labatoraty

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  12. Awww, look at those two beautiful men, using their God given talents to give back to - I mean TAKE back from - the community in which they live.

    Okay well they may not necessarily LIVE around here. Yeah, so they are mobile. They see a need - I mean an opportunity - in another part of their state and they go. How sweet.

    Mom, dad, IL - you really have a lot to be proud of these days!!!

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  13. Goto the court hearings, stand when these cases are called and let the judges and prosecutors know you are there and concerned citizens frightened to simply live in your neoghborhoods due to scum like this

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    1. Can you really do that? If you can, I'd go.

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    2. Of course you can. Go to any branch court or 26th st, Skokie or Bridgeview. I encourage it! There are a hell of a lot fewer arrests this year but you will see how everything gets tossed out.

      26th St I wouldn't advise. The parking sucks, the lines to get in suck and too many cases to know what's on the docket. Oh, and the people supporting their families in the bubble rooms are ignorant as hell.

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  14. as a court "advocate" you are NOT allowed to say anything and also you go in on a bunch of cases show up and the Judge has no idea which case you are there on and the Judge does not really care. The Judges continue to give them 3 hours of probation for all cases

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  15. For what it's worth, I am familiar with one of the guys. He has a job. But, he's had issues with drugs. I have heard from those who know him better that he is not a generally violent person. But drug use can make people act out of character.

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