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Democrats spreading crime with every policy. Violent criminal allowed home monitoring escapes and shoots and robs at two different homes...

2aguy

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The reason we have violent crime rates at the levels we do is directly caused by the democrat party and joe biden voters.......their policies allow violent, repeat offenders to go free to rape, rob and murder over and over again...

This guy hit my old hometown in Illinois.........lives ruined because the democrat party judges let this monster and his associate go free...

A man who’s accused of committing two suburban home invasions that left two men shot and a 74-year-old woman injured committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors. And, it turns out, he’s also one of the men who got shot.

Chicago police arrested 21-year-old Malik Pitts after they allegedly found him driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of West Lake on May 21. Prosecutors charged him with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and Cook County Judge Mary Marubio released him on a recognizance bond the next day — although the judge also ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.

But a sheriff’s office spokesperson told the Daily Herald that Pitts cut off his ankle monitor on June 21 and went “on unauthorized leave.” Sheriff’s investigators couldn’t find him. Prosecutors filed an escape charge against him on June 26. Pitts, though, remained on the loose.

On August 23, Pitts and two other men barged into a Wheaton home and attacked the people who were inside, including a 74-year-old grandmother, according to newly-filed allegations. One of the offenders struck the woman in the face as she tried to protect her granddaughter, the Daily Herald reported.

That same evening, Pitts and two other men stormed into a Lombard home and attacked the family that lives there. One of Pitts’ alleged accomplices shot the homeowner during that crime, according to prosecutors. The bullet passed through the homeowner’s body and struck Pitts, too.

Prosecutors said Pitts fell into a bush after being shot. Police collected blood from the bush and sent it for DNA analysis. Pitts allegedly came back as a match.

Pitts and the other two men are now charged with attempted murder, two counts of home invasion, and aggravated battery with a firearm according to DuPage County records. A judge ordered Pitts held without bail.

One of Pitts’ accomplices is also an alum of Cook County Justice, the Daily Herald reported. Isaiah Johnson, 21, is on probation for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was supposed to observe a curfew and wear an ankle monitor under the terms of his sentence, DuPage prosecutors said.

The Cook County Sheriff’s Office announced last month that it will outfit all electronic monitoring participants with GPS-equipped ankle bracelets by October. However, the GPS capabilities will not help authorities locate escapees like Pitts who cut off their devices.

 

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Democrats are full blown domestic terrorists now.
Everything they do is bad for America. Everything they oppose is good for America.
 
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Democrats are full blown domestic terrorists now.
Everything they do is bad for America. Everything they fight against is good for America.


The democrat party has been a cancer on this country since it was created...
 

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The reason we have violent crime rates at the levels we do is directly caused by the democrat party and joe biden voters.......their policies allow violent, repeat offenders to go free to rape, rob and murder over and over again...

This guy hit my old hometown in Illinois.........lives ruined because the democrat party judges let this monster and his associate go free...

A man who’s accused of committing two suburban home invasions that left two men shot and a 74-year-old woman injured committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors. And, it turns out, he’s also one of the men who got shot.

Chicago police arrested 21-year-old Malik Pitts after they allegedly found him driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of West Lake on May 21. Prosecutors charged him with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and Cook County Judge Mary Marubio released him on a recognizance bond the next day — although the judge also ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.

But a sheriff’s office spokesperson told the Daily Herald that Pitts cut off his ankle monitor on June 21 and went “on unauthorized leave.” Sheriff’s investigators couldn’t find him. Prosecutors filed an escape charge against him on June 26. Pitts, though, remained on the loose.

On August 23, Pitts and two other men barged into a Wheaton home and attacked the people who were inside, including a 74-year-old grandmother, according to newly-filed allegations. One of the offenders struck the woman in the face as she tried to protect her granddaughter, the Daily Herald reported.

That same evening, Pitts and two other men stormed into a Lombard home and attacked the family that lives there. One of Pitts’ alleged accomplices shot the homeowner during that crime, according to prosecutors. The bullet passed through the homeowner’s body and struck Pitts, too.

Prosecutors said Pitts fell into a bush after being shot. Police collected blood from the bush and sent it for DNA analysis. Pitts allegedly came back as a match.

Pitts and the other two men are now charged with attempted murder, two counts of home invasion, and aggravated battery with a firearm according to DuPage County records. A judge ordered Pitts held without bail.

One of Pitts’ accomplices is also an alum of Cook County Justice, the Daily Herald reported. Isaiah Johnson, 21, is on probation for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was supposed to observe a curfew and wear an ankle monitor under the terms of his sentence, DuPage prosecutors said.


The Cook County Sheriff’s Office announced last month that it will outfit all electronic monitoring participants with GPS-equipped ankle bracelets by October. However, the GPS capabilities will not help authorities locate escapees like Pitts who cut off their devices.


Sorry, I'm failing to see how this is a Democratic party problem. Looks like a criminal took advantage of a break (no mention of why the judge ruled that way) and went back to being a criminal. I'm shocked.
But you can let me know if there is something more I should be reading into this? Otherwise, looks like you're just division pimping. You know that's not gonna work this year?...right?
 

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The reason we have violent crime rates at the levels we do is directly caused by the democrat party and joe biden voters.......their policies allow violent, repeat offenders to go free to rape, rob and murder over and over again...

This guy hit my old hometown in Illinois.........lives ruined because the democrat party judges let this monster and his associate go free...

A man who’s accused of committing two suburban home invasions that left two men shot and a 74-year-old woman injured committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors. And, it turns out, he’s also one of the men who got shot.

Chicago police arrested 21-year-old Malik Pitts after they allegedly found him driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of West Lake on May 21. Prosecutors charged him with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and Cook County Judge Mary Marubio released him on a recognizance bond the next day — although the judge also ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.

But a sheriff’s office spokesperson told the Daily Herald that Pitts cut off his ankle monitor on June 21 and went “on unauthorized leave.” Sheriff’s investigators couldn’t find him. Prosecutors filed an escape charge against him on June 26. Pitts, though, remained on the loose.

On August 23, Pitts and two other men barged into a Wheaton home and attacked the people who were inside, including a 74-year-old grandmother, according to newly-filed allegations. One of the offenders struck the woman in the face as she tried to protect her granddaughter, the Daily Herald reported.

That same evening, Pitts and two other men stormed into a Lombard home and attacked the family that lives there. One of Pitts’ alleged accomplices shot the homeowner during that crime, according to prosecutors. The bullet passed through the homeowner’s body and struck Pitts, too.

Prosecutors said Pitts fell into a bush after being shot. Police collected blood from the bush and sent it for DNA analysis. Pitts allegedly came back as a match.

Pitts and the other two men are now charged with attempted murder, two counts of home invasion, and aggravated battery with a firearm according to DuPage County records. A judge ordered Pitts held without bail.

One of Pitts’ accomplices is also an alum of Cook County Justice, the Daily Herald reported. Isaiah Johnson, 21, is on probation for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was supposed to observe a curfew and wear an ankle monitor under the terms of his sentence, DuPage prosecutors said.


The Cook County Sheriff’s Office announced last month that it will outfit all electronic monitoring participants with GPS-equipped ankle bracelets by October. However, the GPS capabilities will not help authorities locate escapees like Pitts who cut off their devices.


Sorry, I'm failing to see how this is a Democratic party problem. Looks like a criminal took advantage of a break (no mention of why the judge ruled that way) and went back to being a criminal. I'm shocked.
But you can let me know if there is something more I should be reading into this? Otherwise, looks like you're just division pimping. You know that's not gonna work this year?...right?
Well, Dems have been releasing criminals in the name of “safety from COVID” in many Dem run cities and states. They are really doing it to have the criminals wreak havoc.
 

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committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors
We need a very long bill of indictment for those electronic monitoring bracelets.
  1. They're medieval. Try to get a job on an electronic monitoring bracelet pursuant to court conditions for release. Customers see them and are frightened away.
  2. Do production work with something locked around your ankle that gets in the way and tends to trap you or trip you up with industrial machinery.
  3. The devices are hacked with proprietary software and cops aren't the only ones monitoring them. Whores, patrons of prostitutes, gangsters, and off-beat cops track them down for sport, congregate in the area to create a general culture of criminality.
  4. Pay all the court fees and monitoring fees, and serve time on additional criminal charges if the device fails.
  5. Too many criminals on those things shouldn't even be out of prison in the first place if they can't be trusted on personal recognizance.
  6. The devices and the fees associated with them violate all three clauses of the Eighth Amendment.
    Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
  7. There's a federal death penalty for bucking the U.S. Constitution with corrupt no-bid Prison-Industrial Complex contracts.
 

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The reason we have violent crime rates at the levels we do is directly caused by the democrat party and joe biden voters.......their policies allow violent, repeat offenders to go free to rape, rob and murder over and over again...

This guy hit my old hometown in Illinois.........lives ruined because the democrat party judges let this monster and his associate go free...

A man who’s accused of committing two suburban home invasions that left two men shot and a 74-year-old woman injured committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors. And, it turns out, he’s also one of the men who got shot.

Chicago police arrested 21-year-old Malik Pitts after they allegedly found him driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of West Lake on May 21. Prosecutors charged him with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and Cook County Judge Mary Marubio released him on a recognizance bond the next day — although the judge also ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.

But a sheriff’s office spokesperson told the Daily Herald that Pitts cut off his ankle monitor on June 21 and went “on unauthorized leave.” Sheriff’s investigators couldn’t find him. Prosecutors filed an escape charge against him on June 26. Pitts, though, remained on the loose.

On August 23, Pitts and two other men barged into a Wheaton home and attacked the people who were inside, including a 74-year-old grandmother, according to newly-filed allegations. One of the offenders struck the woman in the face as she tried to protect her granddaughter, the Daily Herald reported.

That same evening, Pitts and two other men stormed into a Lombard home and attacked the family that lives there. One of Pitts’ alleged accomplices shot the homeowner during that crime, according to prosecutors. The bullet passed through the homeowner’s body and struck Pitts, too.

Prosecutors said Pitts fell into a bush after being shot. Police collected blood from the bush and sent it for DNA analysis. Pitts allegedly came back as a match.

Pitts and the other two men are now charged with attempted murder, two counts of home invasion, and aggravated battery with a firearm according to DuPage County records. A judge ordered Pitts held without bail.

One of Pitts’ accomplices is also an alum of Cook County Justice, the Daily Herald reported. Isaiah Johnson, 21, is on probation for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was supposed to observe a curfew and wear an ankle monitor under the terms of his sentence, DuPage prosecutors said.


The Cook County Sheriff’s Office announced last month that it will outfit all electronic monitoring participants with GPS-equipped ankle bracelets by October. However, the GPS capabilities will not help authorities locate escapees like Pitts who cut off their devices.

Just dreadful. I was REALLY hoping the perp would be either an Amish lad gone astray, or possibly a lapsed Catholic youngster. Nope. Stereotypes DO exist for a reason.
 
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The reason we have violent crime rates at the levels we do is directly caused by the democrat party and joe biden voters.......their policies allow violent, repeat offenders to go free to rape, rob and murder over and over again...

This guy hit my old hometown in Illinois.........lives ruined because the democrat party judges let this monster and his associate go free...

A man who’s accused of committing two suburban home invasions that left two men shot and a 74-year-old woman injured committed the crimes after cutting off his Cook County electronic monitoring bracelet, according to DuPage County prosecutors. And, it turns out, he’s also one of the men who got shot.

Chicago police arrested 21-year-old Malik Pitts after they allegedly found him driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of West Lake on May 21. Prosecutors charged him with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and Cook County Judge Mary Marubio released him on a recognizance bond the next day — although the judge also ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.

But a sheriff’s office spokesperson told the Daily Herald that Pitts cut off his ankle monitor on June 21 and went “on unauthorized leave.” Sheriff’s investigators couldn’t find him. Prosecutors filed an escape charge against him on June 26. Pitts, though, remained on the loose.

On August 23, Pitts and two other men barged into a Wheaton home and attacked the people who were inside, including a 74-year-old grandmother, according to newly-filed allegations. One of the offenders struck the woman in the face as she tried to protect her granddaughter, the Daily Herald reported.

That same evening, Pitts and two other men stormed into a Lombard home and attacked the family that lives there. One of Pitts’ alleged accomplices shot the homeowner during that crime, according to prosecutors. The bullet passed through the homeowner’s body and struck Pitts, too.

Prosecutors said Pitts fell into a bush after being shot. Police collected blood from the bush and sent it for DNA analysis. Pitts allegedly came back as a match.

Pitts and the other two men are now charged with attempted murder, two counts of home invasion, and aggravated battery with a firearm according to DuPage County records. A judge ordered Pitts held without bail.

One of Pitts’ accomplices is also an alum of Cook County Justice, the Daily Herald reported. Isaiah Johnson, 21, is on probation for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was supposed to observe a curfew and wear an ankle monitor under the terms of his sentence, DuPage prosecutors said.


The Cook County Sheriff’s Office announced last month that it will outfit all electronic monitoring participants with GPS-equipped ankle bracelets by October. However, the GPS capabilities will not help authorities locate escapees like Pitts who cut off their devices.


Sorry, I'm failing to see how this is a Democratic party problem. Looks like a criminal took advantage of a break (no mention of why the judge ruled that way) and went back to being a criminal. I'm shocked.
But you can let me know if there is something more I should be reading into this? Otherwise, looks like you're just division pimping. You know that's not gonna work this year?...right?


The democrat party elected judge gave him monitoring........they are doing that more and more since the democrat party doesn't believe in locking up criminals anymore......
 

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