Wednesday, November 30, 2016

OVERRULED! Grand Jury Brings Charges Against Alleged Wrigleyville Cop Beater After Goofy Judge Threw Case Out

A Cook County grand jury has returned an 8-count true bill against a man who allegedly beat an off-duty Chicago police officer during an altercation outside of Wrigley Field this summer.

Wilson | Cook County Sheriff's Office
29-year-old Tremaine Wilson was charged with aggravated battery of a police officer and reckless conduct in the June 22 incident.

But criminal-friendly Cook County Judge Marvin Luckman threw out the case citing “no probable cause” two weeks later even though cops identified Wilson after reviewing footage from a nearby surveillance camera.

Flummoxed prosecutors took their case to the grand jury.

Wilson’s now facing six counts of aggravated battery to a police officer and two counts of aggravated battery in a public place.

The incident occurred beneath a 24-hour webcam that captured audio of the disturbance as the off-duty cop tried to quell a fight on the street. The camera's microphone also captured squeals of delight from bystanders after the cop was knocked out.

The 28-year-old off-duty officer 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.

A judge set Wilson’s bail at $10,000.
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18 comments:

  1. Wow this is an outrage!! Thank god for the grand jury and I am sorry did you say he currently was given a bond of $10.000 (so barely above an I bond - $1000.00 sets him free). So you beat a cop unconscious on video tape and that doesn't warrant a larger bail? No wonder why so much violence happens here ... our police dept and notably our detectives are so depleted that our clearance rate on violent crimes is less than 20% and the few that do get caught are mostly set free or given ridiculously lenient sentences. And any one that is unlucky enough to even get any jail time can count on not having to serve the entire time in jail. There is no deterrent here for those who commit violent crimes.

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  2. I kind of figured that "lenient judge" meant Luckman without reading the article...

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  3. I was getter my excited that finally the wheels of justice were working and then screeeeeeech. $10,000 bail. What is going on in this town?

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    1. Agree, the bail needs to be $1m, that way it would take $100,000 to set him free. He would basically be stuck in jail. I mean how long was he even in jail for? $1,000 for bail...craziness.
      Catch and release program, cops catch them, but then these judges just set them free. I know there's overcrowding, etc, but $1,000 bail, come on.

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  4. You can thank Toni Preckwinkle and Kim Foxx for the low bail. Criminals are in charge now.

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  5. Do we know if the Grand Jury also voted to indict Luckman for impersonating a judge?

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  6. i'AM writing the name LUCKMAN down so I remember it during the next election. Hopefully this site will remind people just before the next election. Does anyone know when he's up for reelection?

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  7. Where's the GoFundMe page for the off-duty cop who was battered unconscious?
    If the Micheal's manager can get thousands for being scolded, what about the cop?

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    1. Yes. Especially when he intervened off duty. Just terrible!

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  8. For the record, the BAIL amount is 10% of what the BOND is set at. If his BAIL is $10,000, his BOND is $100,000.

    If his BAIL actually is $10,000, he will need to post the ENTIRE $10,000 to be released.

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  9. When is this Luckman clown coming up for re-election? There needs to be a very visible campaign to send him back to the McDonald's counter he came from.

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  10. The liberal politicians and judges are slowly turning this once great city into a complete shithole. The inmates are truly running the asylum.

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    1. If you didn't have the inmates the politicians and judges would hardly matter.

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  11. Maybe a protest in front of the judge's house might send a message. Maybe it's time to hold the judges accountable for their inactions. Judges often disreguard the minimum sentencing laws and make up their own.

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  12. Crook County judges...
    WTF...

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  13. Luckman has to go!!!

    Enough of his "no finding of Probable Cause" nonsense from this fool! Do us all a favor, and retire for God's sake!!!!!

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  14. There's harsher sentencing for DUI's...

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