Instead of going to school and getting an education and then working a career to become productive members of society, two bad people with evil in their hearts exploited Illinois’ soft-on-crime criminal justice system. They chose to rob decent people instead of working. Or maybe their “work” was robbing people. Either way, at a Chase Bank ATM in the Chicago “suburb” of Worth, they shot and killed 32-year-old Jonnie Klein, a mom of two that was also taking care of her own mother.
This is what you get when you don’t hold career criminals accountable and take them out of circulation.
It’s also why prudent people pay particularly close attention to their surroundings when at high risk locations like parking lots, gas stations, and that last 50 feet to their front door. Oh yes, and ATMs. Definitely ATMs.
If you see a Jason Johnson approaching as you’re starting your transaction, cancel the transaction and hit the ATM with your fist. Then swear at your spouse for “taking all the damn money” as you take your card and leave.
Or you can find some cover, access your gun and engage in a gun battle.
Seems like pretending your spouse spent all of the money is a lot easier.
WORTH, Ill. — Charges have been filed against two people accused of killing a woman during an attempted robbery in the south suburbs over the weekend.
According to Worth police, 22-year-old Tamara Jailynn Johnson and 23-year-old Jason Jerry Joseph Johnson have both been charged with first-degree murder for their alleged role in the shooting death of Jonnie Angel Klein, a 32-year-old mother of two.
Police say the deadly shooting happened around 3 p.m. in the 6800 block of West 111th Street on Saturday afternoon while the victim was attempting to withdraw money from a bank in the area.