Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Cops Interrupt Robbery At Wrigleyville ATM, Man Charged

Moore (inset) forced a man to walk to a Wrigleyville ATM and robbed him, cops say | Cook County Sheriff
Score another win for the good guys.

A 29-year-old Gangster Disciple street gang member is charged with robbery after local cops saw him going through a Wrigleyville man’s pants pockets at a sidewalk ATM on Sunday morning, prosecutors said.

The ATM at 3459 North Clark | Google
The officers were on routine patrol when they saw Tyrice Moore blocking a man’s path and going through the victim’s pants pockets in the 3400 block of North Clark around 3 a.m., according to their report.

The cops approached Moore from behind and noticed that the 24-year-old victim appeared scared, his face was red, and he had “watery eyes.”

After the two were separated, the victim explained that Moore had taken him by the arm, forced him to walk to the ATM, and then ordered him to withdraw money, according to court records.

Moore lives in the South Side’s South Shore neighborhood.
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12 comments:

  1. Great Poilice work! Thanks CPD!

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  2. That's a scary looking dude I don't want to come across at 3am.

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    1. That's just what he's counting on. Look him in the eye the next time you see him in your neighborhood and he'll reconsider his plans for the next 15 minutes

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    2. Good advice....just stare down every gangbanger in the middle of the night. They will definitely run away if I do that. What could possibly go wrong?

      I don't think anyone is suggesting that you should cower in the corner if you see the big bad scary dude but if you end up in the wrong situation, I'm sure you would rather be facing the typical suspect description of 5'7" 140lb than this guy.

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  3. I put the over/under for when he will be back in our area robbing people at by the end of next year.

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  4. He should be charged with kidnapping!

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  5. How about we make a set of Baseball Cards with each of the usual suspects faces on the front and their known lists of crimes on the back? Wrigleyville bars could give them away sponsored by a local martial arts academy or lifelock (identify theft).

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    1. Can that kid that was arrested 13 times in two years be rookie of the year?

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    2. That's what they did in the Iraq war. Remember Tariq Azziz? He was like an ace.

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  6. The bars in Wrigleyville and Boystown do not want the cat out of the bag that the area is dangerous, and are in bed with Tunney, who wants the area to be dangerous to wipe out his Ann Sather's competition like Nookies, , and let the realtors come in and rebuild the whole area.

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    1. Imagine the manilla envelopes stuffed with cash if that were to happen. This city will never ever be ran by people who truly care about the people who vote for them. Not even a chance of having a grass roots neighborhood guy to run against these fools. They just stack more people on the ballot to water down the vote. There is just no winning unless you are a machine democrat. What we need is a very agressive FBI office and US attorney. There is no fear of getting caught here.

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