The man charged with shooting a Chicago Police officer as he fled from a robbery of a cellphone story last week is a convicted felon who had committed a similar holdup two weeks earlier at a different cellphone store, Cook County prosecutors said on Tuesday. Dante Jeffries, 27, was ordered held without bail on attempted murder, kidnapping and armed robbery charges in connection with Friday’s robbery of a T-Mobile store in the Back of the Yards.
A Chicago dentist was charged with possession of child pornography after he was arrested last week for filming children and adults in a North Avenue Beach men’s room. A Chicago Police officer on Friday found 68-year-old Gregory Stump in a stall, naked and holding his cell phone over the partition of a bathroom stall with one hand and masturbating with the other, according to court records.
Chicago Police still are looking for one of the two gunmen who shot a female officer Friday during a harrowing foot chase following an attempted robbery at a Back of the Yards cellphone store. On Monday, two men charged in the botched heist and the ensuing shootout were ordered held without bail, but Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Jennifer Bagby said that a third suspect, who fired the shot that struck the officer in the leg, remained at large.
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Selecting a term
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