BRO-TASTIC!: The Suburban Men Who “Ain’t Afraid To Fight Girls” And Other Recent Allegations

Cook County Criminal Court filings against some recent arrestees in Wrigleyville and Boystown:

• Nicholas Marzano of Aurora headed to Wrigleyville on his 21st birthday, August 14. The night ended with Marzano and 22-year-old Kyle Limanowski of Naperville being arrested for battery. According to court filings, the “highly intoxicated” men got into a verbal altercation with

Michelle (a/k/a Maurice) Cain (Cook Co Sheriff’s Office)

a 23-year-old Lake Zurich woman in the 3700 block of Clark Street. At some point, Marzano and Limanowski allegedly grabbed the woman as Marzano warned, “we ain’t afraid to fight girls.”

• Michelle (a/k/a Maurice) Cain, 23, has been charged with battery, aggravated assault to a police officer, and resisting police in connection with a wild scene outside of the Belmont L station on August 13. Police arrested Cain after a victim accused him of punching a man in the mouth and biting him on the right arm. As officers loaded Cain into a paddy wagon, court papers say, he “started kicking and flailing [his] arms wildly” at police. Bail is set at $5,000.

• Jessica I. Boyd, 26, is charged with theft after allegedly stealing a man’s wallet while he boogied on the dance floor at Hydrate nightclub on August 17. Boyd  “attempted to flee Hydrate…and was detained” by North Halsted security officers, court papers say, adding “a custodial search” by arriving police officers “revealed [Boyd] to have in her possession the victim’s wallet.”

• 19-year-old Edgar Roman pleaded guilty on August 14 to one count of robbery and was sentenced to 2 years probation and 12 days in the Cook County Jail. The charges stemmed from a January 19, 2013, strong arm robbery on the sidewalk at School and Seminary.

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