Group Of Illinois Criminals Hold Up 13 Victims In Just 5 Hours
Not sure if they were going for a record but a group of criminals in Illinois stole from thirteen people in just five hours.
Typical Crime Schedule For Criminals In Illinois
I was just thinking, what kind of schedule does a criminal in Illinois have? How often do they go out and break the law? My personal thought is probably not as much as you would think. First of all, they are stealing so they can avoid getting a real job. Then robberies become their career. Of course, who really wants to work hard? Even when committing crimes.
There Are Even Overachievers In Crime
You're typical criminal is only going to pull off a job when it's really needed. Of course, like any other career. You've got overachievers in crime. They are going out there and committing a bunch of robberies. That brings a lot of heat down from the cops. It's only going to cause unnecessary attention to the bad guys. Most of the time, those types of suspects are busted quickly.
The Chicago Police Department sent out a community alert today to residents in the North Lawndale and Garfield Park neighborhoods about a group of individuals who committed a string of robberies earlier this morning.
Details For The String Of Robberies In Illinois
The robberies took place in North Lawndale and Garfield Park neighborhoods in Chicago. They happened late at night between 2 am through 7 am. The suspects pointed a gun at the victims and stole their personal items. Then escaped in a getaway car. Luckily, no one was hurt. A total of thirteen people were held up that day.