PEOPLE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Four Robbery Convictions, Paroled in June, Currently Hangs His Hat Here

Officers made contact with a gentleman identified as JC in the area of Belmont and Sheffield at 5:45 this morning. Mr. C has a clear current record, so he was allowed to go on his way.

According to Chicago Police records, Mr. C has a history of gang crime activity with the Black Disciples street gang.

Cook County Court records show that Mr. C has significant experience in the Illinois court and prison system.

According to county records, Mr. C was paroled on June 20, 2013, after serving a 5 year sentence for aggravated battery causing great bodily harm. Other career highlights:

January 1987, sentenced to 5 years for burglary.
January 1987, sentenced to 5 years for robbery.
October 1990, sentenced to 8 years for armed robbery.
August 1994, sentenced to 8 years for attempted armed robbery.
November 2000, sentenced to 3 years for retail theft exceeding $150
October 2002, sentenced to 2 years for retail theft exceeding $150
August 2004, sentenced to 3 years for attempted armed robbery.
February 2007, sentenced to 18 months for retail theft exceeding $150
July 2008, sentenced to 16 months for retail theft exceeding $150.

Welcome to to the neighborhood, Mr. Crowder! You’ll fit right in.

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