Saturday, June 17, 2017

Man Charged With Entering Lakeview Woman's Apartment

A man who claimed to be looking for his wallet has been charged with felony criminal trespass to a residence and obstructing identification after a Lakeview woman identified him as the man who tried to open her bedroom door at 5:30 a.m. last week.

White | Chicago Police Dept
Several 911 callers reported seeing a man walking house-to-house, checking the door knobs on homes in the 1200 block of West Newport around 6:30 a.m. on June 8.

Responding officers say they saw Jefferey D. White enter a gangway on the block as they arrived. They stopped him for an interview.

As they spoke with White, a woman emerged from a nearby home and said that she had chased White from her home after he tried to open her bedroom door, police said. He had apparently climbed through the woman’s front window, prosecutors said.

Just as police were preparing to take White into the station, another resident of Newport walked up and handed them a wallet that she found on top of her porch. It was White’s.

Officers reviewed the wallet’s contents and determined that it belonged to White, who had given them a fake name.

White works as a security guard.
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18 comments:

  1. Criminal trespass to residence?!!! Shouldn't that be a Home Invasion? Thanks Kim Foxx. I am sure he will be on EM in no time at all.

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    1. Kim Foxx is worthless, however if he ran out after learning someone was home it CAN NOT be home invasion, burglary perhaps or felony trespass yes, but one of the requirements for home invasion is learning someone is home and then choosing to remain anyway

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    2. Please explain why you think it should be home invasion based on law and his intent

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    3. I am not a lawyer. I thought it was a home invasion because someone was in the house.

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    4. No home invasion only applies if someone enters a residence and then learns the residents are home and then willingly and knowingly chooses to remain inside by use or threatened use of force. It's a much higher charged crime than a burglary.

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  2. oh, he is a security guard? for walsh security?

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  3. criminal trespass is a misdemeanor. He probably got a I-bond. No electronic monitoring needed.

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    1. Criminal trespass - knowing the presence of a person is a felony. He is charged with a felony.

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    2. He is in jail. Folks. You can look up any one in custody in cook county or any county or idoc on the sheriffs website or on idoc site have a Lil faith in your Officers and Detectives

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    3. Oh, I have faith in Cops making the arrest if they can get to the crime in time. It's the Judge part that usually doesn't work to keep them off the streets.

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  4. Hopefully he will have his day in court and he will some how be able to prove a mob was pressing down on him and then have charges dropped. Personally I would NEVER use any of these out door ATMs because of the crime in Chicago

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  5. Lol...his expression I'd describe as "dolorous"...

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  6. There is no way in the world this guy is getting any time. There are guys with guns that get probation.

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  7. Can we please, please please use this dinkus' picture for a caption contest? Please....?
    I already submitted my entry (but I guess you guys thought it was a little harsh.)
    Understand. No hard feelings. (It WAS funny though!)

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  8. Caught this guy trying to break into my garage a few years back.wife called 911 as I chased him down the alley with a baseball bat. Cops didn't come for 20 minutes. When officer finally arrived he said he was responding to man seen with a bat (me), not the garage invasion my wife reported. He had run away by then. Surprise,surprise, here he is again

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  9. I caught him after he broke into my car off of N. Lakewood on 10/10/15, I have a good pic of him doing it too, but was told I couldn't prove that he did it... the Sgt that showed up after was much better than the guys who took my report. Please either send him to jail or let us thump him.

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  10. CWB you should have just pages of these criminals faces so we could put them up

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