Friday, November 03, 2017

Duo Charged With Robbing 3 Men Last Saturday, Including North Side Brewhouse Worker

Robinson (top) and Stenson are each charged with three counts of robbery.
Two men have been charged with committing three armed robberies last Saturday night—one each in Lincoln Park, Lakeview, and North Center.

19-year-old Reginald Stenson of Evanston and 18-year-old Daveion Robinson were arrested at 11:20 p.m. on Saturday, about an hour after they robbed a Half Acre Beer Company worker on his smoke break behind the 4200 block of North Lincoln, police said.

Prosecutors said Stenson, Robinson, and a juvenile walked up to the worker with a black handgun and Robinson said, “give me your sh*t.”

The brewhouse worker complied and all three robbers fled the scene.

An alert police officer stopped the trio about 30 minutes later in the 4600 block of North Damen after seeing them with masks on their faces, authorities said.

Cops said they found the brewhouse worker’s cellphone and credit card in Robinson’s pants during a custodial search.

Also found in his pockets were a Samsung Note 5; an iPhone 6; and a Ventra card belonging to a man who had been robbed about two hours earlier in the 1900 block of North Dayton, police said.

Investigators also determined that some of the property in Robinson’s pants belonged to a sportscaster who was robbed at 9:45 p.m. Saturday night in the 1200 block of West Roscoe, records show.

Police said Robinson is a self-admitted Gangster Disciple street gang member.

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Court records show that Stenson was sentenced to two-years probation in February after he pleaded guilty to burglarizing a social service agency in Uptown of its master keys and multiple Ventra cards.

Since February, the state has asked to have his probation revoked twice: once after he was accused of burglarizing a CVS in Oak Park; and again after he pleaded guilty to trespassing at Northwestern University. The state’s request was denied each time by Judge James Obbish.

On October 6, police responding to a late-night burglar alarm at Casey Moran’s bar in Wrigleyville allegedly found Stenson walking out the back with two bottles of liquor. He was charged with theft of lost or mislaid property and released to await trial.

Both men have been charged with three counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon. A judge this week ordered them held without bail. No further information was available about the juvenile.
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22 comments:

  1. I do NOT understand THEFT OF LOST OR MISLAID PROPERTY!!!! Fucker broke in and stole stuff out of the bar. Those bottles of liquor were neither lost nor mislaid. Cook County, you SUCK.

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    1. It's *really* bad when it is applied to things like catalytic converters. When was the last time anyone "mislaid" their fucking catalytic converter???

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    2. It's called "killing crime," a practice the CPD is notorious for.
      Crime is routinely downgraded to lesser offenses so crime stats look better for residents and the powers that be.
      Burglaries and robberies become thefts, while batteries become assault. Aggravated factors are ignored.
      The policy is self perpetuating as a new district commander is highly unlikely to properly report crime if it results in a major increase of crime stats under his command.
      Rahm stays happy.
      The CPD bosses stay happy.
      And the people remain duped.

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    3. Remember that those who want tougher gun laws (e.g. Kim Foxx) are also the same people behind reducing felonies to misdemeanors and providing violent offenders the revolving door of justice. Remember that next time you vote.

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  2. "Judge" James Obrish. Remember that name at election time, folks.

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    1. Yes I have updated my Evernote. The list is getting large.

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  3. Thank you CWB. Keep shining a light on the truth, what the other media outlets refuse to do.

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    1. And thanks too for identifying the judge. As was suggested above, I will use this information at election time.

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  4. What does it take to take these predators off the fuckin street ? Guess they have to kill someone before they get a few years around here.

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  5. At least DNAinfo went out of business so we don't have to hear their slant anymore.

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  6. Yep, with the end of DNA Info, this site is now the home for "crimentertainment".

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  7. I think they should all be released on home monitoring. That is, the judges home. Let's see how fast he changes his decision then.

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  8. cwb should publish a voter guide so we know which judges follow the law and which ones let everyone walk.

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    1. It's much easier to vote against them all. Judges in fear of losing their job will do the right thing.

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  9. note to self: Remove mask and disguard it after robbing someone

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  10. Good job CPD! I want you all to know how sincerely grateful I am for your hard work.

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  11. Stenson has been arrested four times in the past year.

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  12. CWB can you start a thread ONLY that lists the judges giving these terrible sentences. In the Amazon forums there's a thread for "frauds and scammers". Maybe you can make a running thread, or a column on the side where these judges names can be listed. I have to put his name on my March primary calendar and I will be sure to past around the names of "not-recommended" judges. i am also writing Timothy Evans, who I didn't vote for, about this judge and suggest that others do the same: Timothy Evans, Office of the Chief Judge
    Circuit Court of Cook County
    50 West Washington Street, Room 2600
    Richard J. Daley Center
    Chicago, IL 60602

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  13. One last thought about this: Maybe it's time for citizens to stop marching against Trump and spend some time marching against Cook County Judges and their decisions.

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    1. You nailed it.

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    2. No, there's room to protest both.
      Trump routinely misstated his 'facts about violence in Chicago and is the most vile person to inhabit the White House.
      Just vote no on judge's, and get rid of gun-loving tRump.

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  14. One of these men was arrested by Northwestern as well for theft more recently than the trespassing and was released on I-Bond but skipped his first court appearance.

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