Saturday, January 7, 2012

Only in Obamas Illinois




Chicago, Ill  - Edward Brown, a 34-year-old Illinois man was jailed after he allegedly stripped off his clothes and exposed himself to children during an "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movie.

According to North Riverside Police, 96 people (many of them children) were subjected to full frontal nudity Thursday during a showing of the recently released "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" movie.

Investigators say Brown entered the theater and sat quietly until about 30 minutes into the movie. That's when he reportedly stripped off his clothing and then stood atop the chair he was seated in. He then reportedly turned around and faced the crowd, exposing his genitals to dozens of children.

Mall security officers arrived to the theater moments later and placed Brown into custody.

Brown told police that a woman invited him into the theater and directed him to remove his clothes. He also stated that the unknown woman promised him they could have sex and smoke crack.

Brown was booked into the Cook County Jail and charged with 3 counts of felony sexual exploitation of children, one count of sexual exploitation and one count of disorderly conduct. His bail has been set at $100,000.


Paid to see the Chipmunks and all they saw were Nuts

 





Joliet Township, Ill  - Exulam Holman, a 32-year-old Illinois man was jailed after he allegedly gouged out his uncle's eyeballs during an argument over a remote control on New Year's Eve.

According to the Will County Sheriff's Office, officers were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance at around 10:00 p.m.


When officers arrived on the scene, they found a man at the bottom of the basement stairs with blood pouring from his eye sockets.


The 62-year-old man's eyeballs were swollen, dislocated and protruding about a quarter-inch from his eye sockets, according to the arrest affidavit.

Investigators say the victim told police that he and Davis were arguing over a TV remote New Year's Eve when Davis knocked him to the ground and gouged out his eyes using his thumbs.


Davis then pushed the victim down the basement stairs.

The victim reportedly lost consciousness during the attack, then regained it and fought through excruciating pain to call 911. He was taken to Silver Cross Hospital, then transferred to the University of Illinois at Chicago Hospital for advanced care, where he went through surgery.


The victim is now blind in his left eye, and has limited vision in his right eye. Additional surgery is required to regain sight in his right eye.

Davis was booked into jail and charged with two counts of felony aggravated domestic battery and one count of aggravated battery. He is being held in lieu of $1,000,000 bond. If convicted, he could face up to seven years in jail. Court records show that he has been arrested for numerous assault charges dating back to 1999.




Short rope......tall tree.



Still more, From last March





Chicago, Illinois  - Edmund Grzeskiewics, 27, Richard Data, 20 and Bryan Kjellman, 22, were arrested Wednesday after they vandalized 7 Toyota vehicles in protest of American jobs going overseas. All despite one tiny little detail they may have overlooked.

Most of the cars the men vandalized are produced in U.S. or Canadian manufacturing plants.

According to police, the three men caused about $30,000 damage to seven Toyota vehicles at the Chicago Auto Show because they were angry over U.S. jobs going overseas.

The men were caught inside a blue 2011 Toyota Camry, damaging the interior with razor blades and flathead screw drivers. The vandalism was captured by a security camera.

The attack also involved 6 other vehicles, including a RAV4, a Prius, a Land Cruiser, two Tundras and a Lexus ES350.

The men picked an interesting brand to vandalize, according to Toyota Motor Sales USA spokesperson, Curt McAllister, since most of the vehicles they targeted are produced by workers in U.S or Canadian plants.

According to McAllister, four of the models they knived are produced in the U.S or Canada.

Camry is assembled in Georgtown, Kentucky - the RAV4 is assembled in Canada and the Tundra is produced in San Antonio, Texas.

All in all, according to McAllister, 60 percent of Toyotas sold in the U.S. are assembled in the country - not to mention billions of dollars in parts sales that come from U.S. parts suppliers.

Grzeszkiewicz, Data and Kjellman were booked into jail and charged with one count of felony criminal damage to property.

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