Monday, November 06, 2017

Teen Charged With Robberies In Boystown, River North

A second person has been charged in connection with an armed robbery near Boystown on October 14.

Talley | Chicago Police Dept
Police today announced that Alphanso Talley, 18, was arrested over the weekend and charged with robbing two men as they walked through an alley in the 3200 block of North Clark at 2:45 that morning. Talley demanded the victims’ property and battered the two men, ages 20 and 23.


CWBChicago previously reported that a 15-year-old boy had been charged with one misdemeanor count of theft of lost or mislaid property and a city ordinance violation for possession of a replica firearm in the case.

Talley, who lived at the Lawrence Hall youth center at 4833 North Francisco, was arrested early Sunday morning in River North. Police said officers working a robbery suppression mission recognized Talley and knew he was wanted for armed robberies.

He has also been charged with displaying a firearm and robbing three men as they stood on the Red Line platform at Grand around 12:30 p.m. on October 21, police said.

All totaled, Talley is charged with three felony counts of armed robbery and three felony counts of aggravated robbery. He is due in bond court this afternoon.

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12 comments:

  1. I'm sure he'll be released on house arrest and be arrested again soon. Thanks Cook County.

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  2. Lock the violent, psycho up!!!!!

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  3. Don’t worry — he will be allowed to plead down to one misdemeanor count of public disturbance and be given an apology for interrupting his crime spree.

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  4. Another fine resident of Lawrence Hall. What a great facility. :-/

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  5. Awwwww, look at wittle Talley's pouty-wouty face there .....

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  6. Question 1-if this child lives at a youth center, why is he out past curfew? Where are the people who run that place ?

    Question 2-Why does it take thre weeks to find this punk ? Doesn’t OEMC have cameras all over the city ? WTF ? When is Tunnochio going to get his Tunney Hunneys out of 44th Ward .? Nobody wants them there anymore . They add nothing to the community but trouble

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    1. @ Anonymous, you're right. Something is amiss at Lawrence. Maybe they should lose their license?

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  7. Looks like he had a rough life

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    1. Not as rough as his terrorized victims.

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  8. Why is there a charge for replica firearm? Someone jams a gun into your gut fake or not. Charge them as if it is a gun. I can’t tell while I’m getting robbed. But I guess if someone had tried to stop him the Good Samaritan would be charged since he was only a kid with a fake gun

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  9. The same bureaucrats who seek to lessen charges against these thugs and reduce sentencing are the same people behind the push for tougher gun laws. Think about that for a minute.

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