This incident in Illinois proves that once a bad guy always a bad guy.

Professional Criminal In Illinois

Darron Prince is causing some major problems for police in the Joliet area. It's the kind of person they want behind bars for a long time. This is a professional criminal with several charges already against him. They include...

  • Convicted of unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.
  • Convicted of unlawful use of a weapon by a gang member.
  • Pending armed habitual criminal and theft cases in Will County.
  • Newly added: Charged with armed violence and armed habitual criminal.

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Illinois Police Smell Out Criminal

Police officers in Naperville were patrolling the parking lot of a Top Golf when they smelled something stinky. There were no skunks around, just a suspicious-looking vehicle where apparently the driver was hotboxing a joint before going in the business to hit some balls. The cops waited about an hour before the man returned.

Illinois Wanted Fugitive Arrested
Illinois Wanted Fugitive Arrested

Illinois Police Arrest Wanted Fugitive

When the owner of the SUV returned to his vehicle, the officers pulled up with lights flashing. The driver tried to hide a weapon that was stashed in the door. The cops already saw the gun while investigating the site earlier. They searched the suspect and found an impressive list of illegal items. It included...

  • Glock 42 handgun.
  • 40 grams of cannabis.
  • 19 grams of heroin.
  • 12 grams of cocaine.
  • 1.2 grams of mushrooms.
  • 1 MDMA pill.

According to, 

With multiple felony convictions, there is absolutely no justification whatsoever why Mr. Prince was in possession of a loaded firearm, as alleged in this case,” DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin said in a statement.


The allegations that he was in possession of a loaded weapon at a family-friendly recreation facility are extremely troubling and if found guilty of today’s charges, he will find himself facing a significant amount of time behind bars.

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