Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Convicted Murderer Charged With Threatening Customer At Wieners Circle


Patrons of the Wieners Circle hot dog stand are accustomed to receiving insults with their meals. But not like this.

A 49-year-old convicted murderer is accused of threatening another man at the landmark dog stand, 2622 North Clark, last night.

Police were called around 9:45 p.m. after Tron Williams allegedly threw a punch at the victim but missed. “I’m going to kick your ass,” Williams reportedly said, “but I don’t want no gunplay.”

He has been released after posting a $1,000 deposit bond, according to court records.

A former member of the Gangster Disciples, Williams lives in Rogers Park and now denies any affiliation with the gang, police said. He reportedly works at a restaurant near the Wieners Circle.

In 1998, Williams and three other men were accused of killing a 14-year-old girl while she was babysitting on the Southwest Side. Prosecutors said Williams and his accomplices broke into the home and killed the girl because they wanted marijuana that was inside the house.

He received a 30-year sentence for murder and 15 years for home invasion, according to court records.
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24 comments:

  1. 19 years ago he killed a child. Today he is eating hot dogs on Clark Street. If it weren't so frightening it would be funny.

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    1. Yes, and if he discloses the conviction on a City of Chicago job application, he goes right to the head of the line. A convict has about the same status as a veteran.

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  2. Hmm, interesting. 1998 + 30 years = 2028. It’s 2017 and he’s threatening someone at a hot dog stand. Only in IL.

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    1. Didn't threaten anyone and wasn't eating a hot dog. He was on his break smoking a cigarette minding his business when the guy started mess with him over a old situation. Have you ever had an argument? Did that person cal the police over the argument? Probably not case most people aren't petty and spiteful. They called cause they know he had a record and know that no one wants to go back. What better way to get back at someone than send them to the last place they want to be.

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    2. If that is truly the case then its a bullshit deal. But he still got out way to,early after being involved with killing a child

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    3. This convicted child murderer shouldn't be on the street anyway. He should be in prison serving his 45-year sentence. Whoever called the police did society a huge favor.

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  3. He got 45 years. Why is he out of prison?

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  4. What's the name of the restaurant that hires murderers? I'd like to avoid it, wouldn't want to get killed because the staff thinks I disrespected them somehow.

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  5. Sentenced to a total of 45 years and is back in our midst 19 years later. What a wonderful justice system we have,,, If you are a criminal. No justice for a 14 year old girl murdered while baby sitting and don't forget Marijuana is a victimless crime.

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    1. Read the story!! There was 6 pounds of weed in the house to steal. That equates to anywhere between 12k-24k depending on quality. Wether that was cocaine, heroin, or any other drug in that amount, same thing would of happened. Or if it was jewels or money. Don't blame weed. These guys didn't do it to steal an 1/8 and get high. It was about MONEY!!!! THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL!!! Very rarely do you hear of people getting killed because someone wanted to smoke a joint and get high. Now with Coke, heroin, and meth, it happens all the time. Highly addictive and addicts will steal and sometimes kill to get high on those drugs. Weed is a victimless crime, until there's alot of it, and then it comes down to money, not the drug itself!!!

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    2. Guy who robbed my house was on parole when he did it. It took a year to get him to trial and he actually got himself 4 years, but with time served he actually did more time before the trial than after. He did 11 more months and is, you guessed it, on parole again.

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    3. To Anonymous at 9:10:00 AM: you win for the most moronic post of the year, and that's saying a lot.

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  6. wow! name of the judge that released this animal?

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  7. What will it take for our legal system to get serious about protecting society? This is unreal.

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  8. I wonder if they still provide the "chocolate shake" special if you tip them good after midnight.

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  9. This is a lie. Don't believe everything you hear. I was there and know Williams, it happened nothing like that. No punches were thrown it was a simple argument, probably why he only got a simple assult charge i.e ARGUMENT! From the sounds of it, they had history and words were exchanged. Obviously the other guy was afraid but he was the one that started it cause Williams was just standing there smoking minding his business. This is very bad journalism. The facts are not correct. Age wrong, patron wrong, punches thrown wrong, held without bail WRONG,conviction WRONG. If its public record you should have the charges right. Instead of trying to make you're story juicy. Williams should sue for defamation of character.

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    1. Learn how to read, anonymous. Everything is from the police report. "Bad journalism" would be to make something up that is not in the public record. We do not do that. The police report states exactly what we reported. Sorry if you and your child murderer friend do not like it. Also, the bail information was correct at the time of publication with the source being the Cook County Sheriff.

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    2. Murderer of a 14yo girl should sue for defamation of character... that's funny!!!

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    3. Why are you defending a child killer?

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    4. Probably didn't kill that kid either.















      Wrong.

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  10. he needs to be sent back to finish his jail sentance

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  11. Convicted murderers actually have some of the lowest rates of recidivism. Usually, when they get out they are just plain too old to commit any more crimes. Drug addicts and child molesters have the highest rates of recidivism.

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  12. Cook county at its finest.

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  13. THANKS for explaining why weed is not the cause of the death of a babysitter. The blame belongs to the pot heads that would have paid for the weed not the weed itself. Just like any illegal drug if there were no customers there would be no drug problem.

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