CHICAGO (TOC) — Chicago police stated a 16-year-old lady is charged in 4 separate carjackings in February and March.
CPD stated the lady, who just isn’t being named attributable to her age, was arrested Wednesday within the 2400-block of South Western Avenue.
Police stated she is charged with 4 felony counts of aggravated vehicular hijacking with a firearm for incidents in February and March.
Police say the teenager’s first crime was on February 18, when she took a automobile from a 36-year-old man within the 200-block of South Wells. The second alleged carjacking was from a 60-year-old girl within the 2100-block of South Princeton on February 19.
Police stated the teenager then carjacked a 27-year-old man within the 200-block of West twenty third Place on February 21.
The ultimate cost is for a carjacking involving a 35-year-old man within the 2300-block of South Princeton on March 24.
Police stated the teenager can also be charged with one felony rely of illegal restraint in connection to an incident on February 27 within the 2600-block of South Union, however didn’t present additional particulars about that incident.
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