Saturday, June 17, 2017

Teen Gets Probation For Wrigleyville Robbery

A Garfield Park teen has been sentenced to two years probation for his role in a Wrigleyville robbery on April 3.
Clark | Chicago Police Dept

Alex Clark was arrested along with two juveniles inside of the Wrigleyville Taco Bell at 1111 West Addison moments after the hold-up took place a block west of Wrigley Field on Addison Street around 8:30 p.m.

He has now pleaded guilty to one count of robbery-indicating firearm and the judge let him off without prison time.

In addition to probation, Clark has been ordered to pay restitution of $215.99. He was also sentenced to 67 days in jail, which was offset by time served.

Details on the other two suspects’ cases are not available because they are juveniles.
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  1. Sneaky feelng we will see this punk ass bitches pic again in the near future. And a "bright" future he has. One can only hope this would be a wake up call.

  2. Probation for robbery with a gun, time served 67 days. That will teach him a lesson alright the lesson that there are no consequences to crime in Chicago/Crook County.

  3. Replies
    1. Yes, please.

    2. Yes! We should shame these judges by name for handing out ridiculously light sentences.

  4. How can robbery with a firearm not get significant jail time? That jackass will not go to medical school but commit more crime as he now thinks he is invincible.

  5. Um, it was robbery INDICATING a gun. Sounds like he didn't have one but said that he did. A minor distinction, I know.

  6. I'm curious who the judge is as well. But, as a lot of people know, this was a plea arrangement, so the sentence was decided by the States Attorney. The Judge doesn't have to accept the deal, but he or she usually does.