Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Given Probation For 2015 Rogers Park Mugging, Man's Accused Of Mugging Another Man In Rogers Park


Turner (inset) is accused of punching and robbing a man near the Jarvis Red Line station.
A 21-year-old Rogers Park man who was sentenced to merely probation for a 2015 robbery is in custody again, charged with robbing another man in Rogers Park last week.

Officers were searching streets near the Jarvis Red Line station early last Wednesday after a 29-year-old man reported that two offenders—including one who was black, fat, and shirtless—had just punched him repeatedly in the face and robbed him of his computer bag and schoolwork in the 7200 block of North Greenview.

It wasn’t long before cops found a fat and shirtless Markus Turner the 7300 block of North Clark. Turner was detained and subsequently identified by the victim, police said. He’s charged with felony robbery.

In 2016, Turner pleaded guilty to choking, punching, and robbing a man in the 7700 block of North Paulina on August 18, 2015.

A judge sentenced him to no prison time and just two-years probation for the crime.

We’ll let you know if things turn out differently (or not) this time around.

Back Where He Belongs

Brewer
After Cornelius Brewer and another man were accused of pushing a Lakeview landscaper to the ground, indicating that they had firearms, and stealing the man’s leaf blower in May 2016, a Cook County judge let Brewer walk free on a $10,000 recognizance bond.

Two months later, Brewer failed to appear for court and slipped into the wind.

We’re pleased to report that cops tracked Brewer down a couple of weeks ago and scooped him up on the year-old arrest warrant.

Brewer is now being held without bail. Last Friday, he celebrated his 22nd birthday....in jail.
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3 comments:

  1. At least he is being held without a bond but I wonder when the I-bond will get reinstated. I understand the cash bond system is not the fairest way but what is the motivation for someone to show up to fight their case when they are released on an I-bond? What will it take for Preckwinkle, Foxx, Dart and Evans to realize they are turning our streets into a shitshow?

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    1. As they say - it's a feature, not a bug.

      What people still don't seem to realize is that Preckwinkle, Foxx, Dart et al see the law abiding (and tax paying) members of society as inconsequential, if not the problem.

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  2. vote them all out even if the other is not better then vote them ou the next time keep voting then out show them chicago is not going to take it

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