Chicagoland is just a little safer this week, thanks to some good police work.
Thank goodness for small favors.
Deathray’s crew gets busted
Deathray – yes, that’s right, “Deathray” – and his compatriots decided to pull a home invasion and steal from party-goers in Will County.
(Tribune) – Five people, including three on parole, have been charged with home invasion and armed robbery after they showed up at a house party overnight and robbed people at gunpoint in unincorporated Will County, police said.
…The following have been charged with home invasion and armed robbery: Rodney G. Parks, 22, of the 1500 block of Fairmount Avenue, Joliet; Darius Strong, 25, of the 7100 block of South Yates Avenue, Chicago; Deathray Anderson, 22, of the 100 block of Richardson Avenue, Joliet; Elijah Watson, 17, of the 100 block of Wallace Street, Joliet; and Mitchell M. Thompson, 18, of the 1600 block of 5th Avenue, Joliet.
Next up: Trannies gone wild.
What would have Crocodile Dundee done?
Even the cops can’t meet up with an escort without getting ‘jacked!
Chicago (Tribune) – A prostitution sting turned into a robbery attempt this week and ended with two suspects attacking an undercover Cook County sheriff’s officer, authorities said today.
Responding Tuesday evening to an internet ad for a female escort, the undercover officer went to a room in the Red Roof Inn at 2450 E. 173rd St. in Lansing, according to a Cook County sheriff’s office release.
There the officer found two men dressed as women who tried to rob him, after locking the door and physically attacking him, police said. As the rest of the vice unit entered through a window, the officer was able to arrest both subjects despite suffering a broken hand along with cuts and bruises.