(Cook Co Sheriff’s Office)
A Near West Side man is charged in connection with an alleged robbery that reportedly took place after last Tuesday’s Night Ministry outreach in Boystown.
Christopher Adams, identified by cops as a “known Conservative Vice Lord” is charged with robbery, battery, and theft. Bail is set at $10,000.
Adams, 23, has been arrested in our neighborhood a number of times. His convictions include reckless conduct, theft, possession of a replica firearm, battery, and—this is a new one for us—unlawful use of a blackjack.
Convicted armed robber Deangelo Warner, 23, is charged with theft in connection with an alleged purse snatching at the Clark/Belmont Starbucks on October 17.
Warner was arrested soon after police joined two citizens in a foot chase of Warner near the Belmont Red Line station.
In 2008, Warner, of the far South Side West Pullman neighborhood, was given a 5-year sentence for armed robbery with a handgun. In court records, police say he is a documented Ragtown Gangster Disciple. Warner denies that.
This mugshot is a little old. His hair currently looks more like this.
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|Bailey’s bail slip, with The Crib as his home address.
It doesn’t get much textbook-ier than this.
A convicted robbery offender who calls The Crib youth shelter home, has been charged with battering a Center on Halsted worker last Monday. (Case HX475477)
Donzell Bailey, 24, is accused of shoving a 28-year-old case worker who tried to quell a verbal altercation. COH security detained Bailey, who is now free on $1,500 bond.
Bailey pleaded guilty to a 2010 strong arm robbery and was given two years probation. When that didn’t go well, the court gave him a 3-year prison sentence.
Now, as to the wisdom of having a 24-year-old robbery convict living in a shelter for at-risk kids…
• Randy White, who identifies as Paris Taylor, has been charged with shoplifting after employees said she stuffed 4 packages of fake eyelashes and 3 containers of foundation in her purse at the Clark/Barry CVS store on October 16. We don’t usually report on shoplifting cases, but White is becoming a bit of a fixture here, having appeared in CWB stories earlier this month as well as in August.
• Officers introduced themselves to 18-year-old Patrick Southall during a street stop near Graceland Cemetery at 3:30 Friday morning. Southall, who lives in the South Side Grand Crossing neighborhood was arrested on a warrant for failing to comply with a court-ordered electronic monitoring program.