Saturday, December 03, 2016

3 Charged After Women Robbed In Lakeview This Morning

Farley | Chicago Police Dept
UPDATE 10:23PM-Chicago police have now identified the third offender as Jwan Farley, 20, of the South Side's Avalon Park neighborhood.

Like the two previously identified men, Farley is charged with one felony count of robbery and two felony counts of aggravated robbery-indicating presence of a firearm.

Our original report from this morning follows.
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Three suspects who robbed two women in Lakeview this morning are in custody and facing charges, police said.

Lloyd | Chicago Police Dept
20-year-old Joseph Lewis of Morgan Park and 19-year-old Donzell Lloyd of Calumet Heights robbed the women with a third person who has yet to be identified, according to a freshly-released media alert.

Police were assisted in their investigation by a photograph of the offenders’ license plate that was taken by a witness to one of the robberies, according to a source.

One woman told police that several men cornered her near the 1200 block of West Waveland around 2:50 a.m. and then began to chase after her. The woman said the men threatened to kill her if she did not stop running.

Lewis| Chicago Police Dept
At around the same time, another woman reported being robbed near Fremont and Grace.

The second victim’s friend snapped a photo of the getaway car and police were able to forward the license plate information to other officers who soon found it on Lake Shore Drive.

Police pulled the vehicle over just south of North Avenue around 3:10 a.m. and all three occupants were identified by the robbery victims. Cops found proceeds from the robberies inside the vehicle, police said.

Lewis and Lloyd are charged with one count of felony robbery and two counts of felony robbery-indicating presence of a firearm, police said.

They are due in bond court this afternoon.
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25 comments:

  1. Thank you, CPD and thanks to the victim's friend that was able to snap a pic of the plates. Glad they were both physically unharmed. Now let's pray the judge does his or her job and gives these assholes a high bond to keep them behind bars.

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    1. Farley got probation! Rob someone on the streets of Chicago with a gun and get probation. Great job you judicial #ssholes.

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  2. What's the over/under on how many of these pieces of sh*t were either on parole or released from jail early?

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  3. Sure hope Let em' go Luckman isn't presiding

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    1. looked for luckman on my ballot - can't even vote him out?!?!

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  4. Great work by the friend to think while in this stressful situation and thank you to the CPD for catching these guys so quickly. Hope they get some real time now...

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  5. These mopes are hoping to stand before Marvin Luckman soon.

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  6. Quick work by CPD

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  7. They should do 10 years in prison, but we will be lucky if they are behind bars for 10 months.

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    1. 10 months? Are you insane? They won't get 10 days. I would bet $100 they are out before Christmas.

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    2. 10 minuets

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  8. I wish all perps were caught so quickly. horrible night for these women, both within two blocks of me.

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  9. Someone needs to wipe that smug look off Lloyds face

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  10. Look at that cocky Lewis mugging for the mugshot. Laughing at us and the po po, "lucky luckman has my back Ill be seeing you for some Christmas shopping fools"

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  11. I wonder if Luckman is getting paid by someone to go easy on the criminals.

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  12. I am sick of being other neighborhoods' residents prey. We need to make sure 'justice' gets actually served.

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  13. They will be out before Christmas and right back at it, I'll bet a 100.00 on that! Any takers?

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  14. Lloyd actually thinks its funny to be charged with armed robbery and they didn't have a gun. He thinks he will get off. I'm going to guess that the state will offer him ten years and he will fight it, loose, and get 15. Lets see how Miss Transparency prosecutes them. The supervisors she puts in place will decide.

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  15. Pathetic that these losers will probably get a slap in the wrist for this! Wake up Chicago! Rahm, grow a pair and enact tougher laws! Period! Our city is going down the tubes.

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  16. I expect the Windy City Times headline to be something like "Honor Students Trying to Turn Their Lives Around Hunted Down by Racist Cops."

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  17. Am I the only person that wonders ehy they pass up West Loop, River North and Lincoln Park to come all the way to Lakeview? ...I have a guess...

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    1. Those neighborhoods are not burdened with irresponsible social service agencies or with Tunney.

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    2. I have wondered that myself many times....there certainly has to be a good deal going on over there too, we are just not hearing about it.

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  18. The Windy City Times comment is just plain ignorant and betrays this person's mental disability. Echoes the Michael"s Screamer.

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  19. Unbelievable -- all three got $90,000 bail. For multiple instances of robbery. Even these assholes could probably come up with 10% of that. Unbelievable.

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