Teen Gets Probation For Wrigleyville Robbery

A Garfield Park teen has been sentenced to two years probation for his role in a Wrigleyville robbery on April 3.

Clark | Chicago Police Dept

Alex Clark was arrested along with two juveniles inside of the Wrigleyville Taco Bell at 1111 West Addison moments after the hold-up took place a block west of Wrigley Field on Addison Street around 8:30 p.m.

He has now pleaded guilty to one count of robbery-indicating firearm and the judge let him off without prison time.

In addition to probation, Clark has been ordered to pay restitution of $215.99. He was also sentenced to 67 days in jail, which was offset by time served.

Details on the other two suspects’ cases are not available because they are juveniles.

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