Saturday, July 22, 2017

Trio Charged With Tear Gas Theft

Left to right: Davenport; Kimble; and Williams | Chicago Police Dept
Three women are facing theft charges for stealing cans of tear gas from behind the counter at Tenenbaum True Value, 1138 West Belmont.

Felicia Williams—also known as Jason Walker; Italy Kimble—also known as Randy White; and Miara Davenport—also known as Taniko Boyd; were arrested at 5:45 p.m. last Saturday near the Belmont Red Line Station

Police wrote in their arrest reports that each woman "reached over the counter and removed a can of tear gas...then ran out of the store." Each is charged with one count of retail theft.

20-year-old Williams lives in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood.

Kimble, 21, and Davenport, 20, both list the Howard Brown Health Center in Uptown as their home.
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13 comments:

  1. Why do the police accept a phony address?

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  2. I love Tenenbaums Hardware. Great customer service. Sorry to hear they got robbed.

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    1. Love them too!
      Great place!
      Sorry to hear this and I’m glad NOBODY got shot!

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  3. Lord Lord, Thank you COH!

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  4. Two things come to mind here: 1) those are not women, and 2) why is a hardware store selling cans of tear gas?

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  5. Howard brown shelters adult criminals

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  6. So in Chicago the hardware stores sell teargas? What a wonderful world you live in.

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    1. They sell gas masks too...so it all evens out.

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    2. False name, false address, multiple aliases from thieves caught red-handed.

      ... You're free to go now ma'am.

      What could possibly go wrong? Think they'll make their court date?

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  7. Tear gas is also considered mace which frankly everyone should have walking the streets of Chicago these days. I always by my mace/tear gas at Tenenbaum they also have other safety items available.

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  8. Probably mace or pepper spray, not tear gas. But you can't by spray paint in Chicago???

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  9. I believe "tear gas" in this case is Mace spray for self defense. I doubt it was being stolen for self defense though

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  10. Left to right they are Davenport, Kimble, and Williams. Up to Down they are all scum.

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