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CHICAGO ISN’T SAFE: 15-year-old with 20 arrests… why isn’t he in the pokey?

February 8, 2013

Noah Foods, site of one of Chicago’s most recent homicides. Sent in by one of our readers.

Want to know why Chicago isn’t safe?

It’s because of thugs like Jesus Castaneda.

Lil’ Rowdy is his nickname.

With almost twenty arrests in his 15-young years, he’s a lil’ thug.

Why isn’t he in juvy prison?

That’s okay, we predict he’ll be another dead body passing through the coroner’s office if he’s back out after Illinois implements right to carry.  He’ll get to meet the real Jesus soon enough.  Which, frankly, won’t be soon enough for the people of Chicago.

 

Boy, 15, arrested 19th time after armed robbery

Chicago (Tribune) – A 15-year-old boy with nearly 20 arrests on his record has been charged with armed robbery after he held up a man near his home, police said.

It was Jesus Castaneda’s 19th arrest, according to police, and his second gun-related charge. He was last arrested in August 2012 for unlawful use of a weapon, police said.

Shortly after midnight Saturday, Castaneda robbed a man at gunpoint in the 6300 block of South Francisco Avenue in the Marquette Park neighborhood.  Castaneda lives about two miles away, in the 4300 block of West 63rd Street.

The victim knew Castaneda by his nickname, “Little Rowdy.”  Police, “having several encounters with Little Rowdy,” knew of the boy and picked him up Wednesday afternoon in the 7500 block of South Phillips Avenue.

Castaneda was charged as an adult and was due in court Thursday morning, police said.

 

Why else isn’t Chicago safe?

Well, the police morale isn’t exactly high as the Mayor tells them he doesn’t have any money to hire officers needed or to give them even a meager pay raise.

But Rahm has money to give to “at risk” youths to “keep them out of trouble”.

“In whatever conversation I’ve had, or negotiations, I represent the taxpayers and what they can afford. That’s my perspective,” Emanuel said at a news conference to announce the city will invest more money in programs designed to keep at-risk youth out of trouble.

Hey, Mr. Ballerina, why don’t you implore the families to learn parenting skills to “keep their kids out of trouble”?

 

Chicago isn’t safe.

Don’t wind up dead or raped.

Don’t go to Chicago.

6 Responses to CHICAGO ISN’T SAFE: 15-year-old with 20 arrests… why isn’t he in the pokey?

  1. jim on February 8, 2013 at 9:00 am

    When will the people of Chicago learn that as long as they keep putting people like Rahmbo in office that they are going to suffer? Are the stupid or am I missing something?

    • Tyler on February 8, 2013 at 11:49 am

      Sadly, the rouge’s gallery of other mayoral candidates was even worse than he was. I recall one calling the other a crackhead over and over…

    • chicago guy on February 10, 2013 at 1:33 pm

      The reason why we can’t get rid of these “machine” democommies could be this: http://www.chicagoclout.com/weblog/archives/2012/08/

  2. Old man on February 8, 2013 at 11:47 am

    Chicago’s crime is a product of culture and politics. The “Give me dat” handout mentality, (Obama phones, free internet) are only the most recent bribes to the willfully non productive class. How could anyone expect to elect someone who says he will stop giving you stuff? The measly government handouts are all that is required to keep them on the Democrat plantation. Voters cards far outnumber employee IDs in the south and west sides….

    The Federal government programs that make having a husband/father a hindrance to getting your free stuff has created 3 generations of sociopaths with no one getting on them for their drug/gang lifestyle.

    The good news is that most of the productive and responsible up here have little to no concern with the violence in Chicago. If you are not in a gang, buying or selling drugs, or living in a few specific zip codes, your odds of being killed or robbed are very remote. The rule of thumb is that if you can see the police blue-light cameras on every phone pole, you’re in a bad area.

  3. Gary on February 8, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    The suggestion that the little angel may be dead if we get concealed carry, is one of the reasons (I think) that the Aldermen of Chicago are so vehemently against concealed carry.

    • jboch on February 9, 2013 at 8:41 am

      You might be right. It would deprive them of the little angel’s vote.