On the street, he grabbed her from behind, showed her a gun, and forced her into a more secluded area where he allegedly robbed and sexually assaulted her.
On Monday it appeared on the morning news. Anderson confessed to the robbery but not to the assaultand Moore escorted him to the Area One police station at Belmont and Western, where Anderson turned himself in.
On Tuesday police charged Anderson with two felony counts, one for robbery and one for sexual assault, both with a firearm, and Moore posted the story on his website. Why did Anderson and his neighbor decide to involve Moore in this situation?
Moore is my alderman too. He visited Anderson at his apartment on the block of West Juneway, just a minute walk from the scene of the crime, where Anderson lived with his girlfriend and their one-year-old .
Or everybody thinks they do. Look at Laquan McDonald.
Look at Ronald Johnson. Look at Tamir Rice. He felt that if I walked into the police station with [Anderson], the police would handle the case in a professional manner and that his safety was better assured.
Police released photos Sunday of a man suspected of robbing and assaulting a woman outside the Jarvis Red Line station. Credit: Chicago Police Department This post has been updated.
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