TEAM PHOTO: Gallery Of Cubs Post-Season Arrestees

EDITORS’ NOTE: The name of one arrestee and an accompanying mugshot that were included in our original report have been removed at 10:10 a.m. on Feb 7, 2020. The individual accused in that matter succeeded in having the case expunged from his/her Cook County Criminal Court record. While not required by law to remove truthful reports, CWBChicago editors do extend this courtesy to individuals who go through the legal process to get a fresh start on their record by obtaining an expungement.  A second person who also had their case expunged was removed on September 20, 2022. The remainder of the original post appears below.

The following arrests were made in the vicinity of Wrigley Field around the time of the Cubs 2015 playoff games, according to the Chicago Police Department.

A total of 36 individuals were charged over the course of nine post-season games. The most serious charge? Reckless discharge of  a firearm.

All individuals are presumed innocent. Charges are merely accusations.

Mets at Cubs, October 21, 7:07PM – Cubs are eliminated


Above, Left to Right:

Morris Banks, 50, of the Oakland neighborhood.
Arrested 5:19PM October 21 at 1009 W Addison
Charge: Theft

Jermie N. Turner, 29, of Wicker Park
Arrested 7:36PM October 21 at 3400 N Racine
Charge: Drinking alcohol on the public way

Darnell Thompson, 28, of Lincoln Park
Arrested 11:22PM October 22 at 3550 N Sheffield
Charge: Cannabis 2.5 to 10 grams

Derek L O’Connor, 23, of Bourbonnais, IL
Arrested 12:30AM October 22 at 3620 N Clark
Charge: Criminal trespassing

Mets at Cubs, October 20, 7:07PM – Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-3

Above, Left to Right:
Keith M. Moore, 41, of the Douglas neighborhood.
Arrested 5:48PM October 20 at 3620 N Clark
Charge: Simple battery


Michael A. Jones, 49, of Palatine, IL
Arrested 9:15PM October 20 at 1060 W Addison
Charge: Criminal trespassing

Patrick E. Pinkerton, 40, of Lincoln Park
Arrested 9:40PM October 20 at 1060 W Addison
Charge: Simple battery

Michael C. Rojek, 19, of Old Town
Arrested 12:05AM October 21 at 940 W Addison
Charge: Reckless conduct



Cubs at Mets, October 18, 7:07PM – Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-2


Cubs at Mets, October 17, 7:07PM – Cubs lose, trail NLCS 0-1


Daniel S. Collins, 21, of Clearing, IL.

Arrested 11:27PM  October 17 at 34XX N Clark.
Charge: Simple battery.

Cardinals at Cubs, October 13, 3:37PM – Cubs win to claim division title


Above, Left to Right:
Rakeem Oliphant-Guerrier, 20, of Rogers Park.
Arrested 3:54PM October 13 at 7XX W. Waveland.
Charges: Theft
Vincent Carlton, 52, of the New City neighborhood.
Arrested 1:30PM October 13 at 1111 W. Addison.
Charges: Unlawful sale of admission tickets and selling tickets near amusement park
Juan Aguero, 25, of Chicago Heights, IL
Arrested: 10:31PM October 13 at 37XX N. Clark.
Charge: Retail theft
Left: Joseph Barney, 43, of the Grand Boulevard neighborhood.
Arrested 11:25PM October 13 at 34XX N. Clark. Charges: Battery and aggravated assault of a police officer
Right: Hoytuan Pierce, 31, of Dolton, IL. Arrested 11:33PM October 13 at 34XX N. Clark. Charges: Reckless discharge of a firearm, armed habitual criminal.

Cardinals at Cubs, October 12, 5:07PM – Cubs win to lead NLDS 2-1

Above, Left to Right:
Vernon J. Scott, 44, of West Pullman.
Arrested 2:42PM October 12 at 1060 W. Addison. 
Charges: Aggravated battery/Peace officer and simple battery
Peter J. Pona, 41, of Lakeview.
Arrested 9PM October 12, at 1060 W. Addison. 
Charges: Aggravated battery/Victim 60+ and simple battery.
Above, Left to Right:
Shane D. Acree, 23, city unknown.
Arrested 9PM October 12,  at 1060 W. Addison
Charge:  Simple battery
Ron G. Engel, 25, of Effingham, IL.
Arrested 9PM October 12, at 1060 W. Addison
Charge:  Simple battery
Manuel M. Galvan, 38, of Alsip, IL.
Arrested 9:35PM October 12, at 1050 W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery
Above, Left to Right:
Patrick M. Enderle, 26, of Roscoe, IL.
Arrested 10:26PM October 12, at 1059 W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery
Jovanni Pagan, 19, of Logan Square.
Arrested 10:42PM October 12, at 3500 N. Clark.
Charge: Drinking alcohol on the public way.
Ian Moore, 26, city unknown.
Arrested 11:08PM October 12, at 9XX W. Newport
Charges: Urinating or defecating on the public way and possessing 2.5 to 10 grams of cannabis


Left: Darnell Thompson, 28, of Lincoln Park.
Arrested 12:38AM October 13 at 35XX N. Clark
Charge: Cannabis possession 10 to 30 grams


Cubs At Cardinals, October 10, 4:37PM – Cubs win, tying NLDS 1-1

Left: Ricky E. Clark, 21, of Skokie. Arrested 12:35AM October 11, at 9XX W. Newport
Charge: Theft $500-$9999

Right: Jeffrey M. Andre, 27, of Lockport, IL. Arrested 4:25AM October 11, at 3518 N. Clark.
Charge: Simple battery


Cubs At Cardinals, October 9, 5:45PM – Cubs lose, trail NLDS 0-1


Left: Andrew Danan, 37, of Elk Grove Village, IL. Arrested 10:10PM October 9, at 3506 N. Clark.

Charges: 2 counts of simple battery.
Right: Patrick Mitera, 23, city unknown. Arrested 12:20AM October 10, at 3505 N. Clark.
Charge: Simple assault

Cubs At Pirates, October 7, 7:08PM – Cubs win to claim NL Wild Card

Above, Left to Right:
Hector Zuniga, 25, of Cicero, IL.
Arrested 9:52PM October 7, at 1100 W. Eddy
Charges: Resisting/obstructing and battery
Ulysses Vazquez, 26, of Irving Park.
Arrested 11:30PM October 7, at 3551 N. Clark
Charges: Simple battery and possessing less than 2.5 grams of cannabis
Arrested 11:20PM October 7, at 36XX N. Sheffield. Charge: Reckless conduct
Above, Left to Right:
Caleb Porter, 21, of South Chicago.
Arrested 10:20PM October 7, at 36XX N. Sheffield.
Charges: Reckless conduct and resisting police or aiding escape
Juan Canales, 24, of Lakeview.
Arrested 11:22PM October 7, at 37XX N. Kenmore
Charges: Reckless conduct and disorderly conduct/failure to obey police
Brandon Paopao, 19, of Lakeview.
Arrested 11:35PM October 7, at 11XX W. Addison
Charge: Simple battery.
Left: Nicolas Sorrento, 20, of Lakeview. Arrested 11:35PM October 7, at 3550 N. Clark. Charge:Retail theft under $300
Right: Ian Hansen, 21, of Lakeview. Arrested 12:05AM October 8, at 34XX N. Sheffield. Charges: 2 counts of obstructing police or firefighters and 2 counts of aggravated assault
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