Monday, August 21, 2006

Good Job Detectives!

We don't know if this qualified as a "heater," but it's nice to see a "Cleared/Closed by Arrest" pop up in the board, especially in a case like this:
  • A 23-year-old man was charged Sunday with the murder of an ice cream truck driver shot in the Lawndale neighborhood last weekend.

    Tremaine A. Johnson, of an unspecified home address in Chicago, was charged with first-degree murder for the shooting death of Hector Jimenez on the 1800 block of South Harding Avenue August 12.

Good job.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Homicide Eddie was on the case. Antoher great job by the Area Four Detective Division.

8/21/2006 11:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He turned himself in. Not that hard to make out an arrest report.

8/21/2006 01:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your right an arrest report was prepared. There are many other things that have to be done to make sure a person gets charged. Finding witnesses that are willing to cooperate in such a great area full of priests and nuns. Anyone can turn himself in.It is the case that is presented to the ASA that counts. Sorry for patting someone on the back, maybe we should all just keep stabbing eachother in the back. Great for moral! Enough said.

8/21/2006 09:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To 8/21/2006 01:02:57 PM:

Do you think the offender sat around his house for a few days until the guilt of what he had done got the best of him and he turned himself in?

Or is it possible that the detectives worked their asses off for two or three days in a row getting him identified, interviewing witnesses and putting together a rock-solid case, eventually putting some fierce pressure on the individual to come forward?

I know next to nothing about the case and I'm not even a detective (anymore), but I'll bet it's the latter.

And you are an utter moron to think a murder case is done when an offender walks into the Area and an arrest report is completed.

8/21/2006 09:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Good citizen said...

Hello, I am not a police officer but I do have a comment to make.

I was on my way home the other night and I got stuck in traffic where there were a few police officers stopping cars and looking into them checking to see if we were wearing our seat belts.
When all of a sudden I hear a guy screaming at the other police officers telling them to write this person and write that person.

All I can say the guy doing the madman type yelling was wearing a white shirt that looked about 2 sizes to small for his physique.

I work in the private sector but my brother is a police officer and I felt bad for those officers working for this white shirt acting like such a mental case.

I dont know his name but his number on the top of his car was 2550. And we had the misfortune of running into him about 10 oclock.

Maybe someone should have him try the decaf.

What a miserable excuse for a city of chicago employee especially in the management field.

I work as a supervisor in the private sector and I would never think of yelling at my employees especially in front of other people.

Hey 2550 time to retire.

8/21/2006 10:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey "good citizen", we know you are really not a "good citizen" but more likely a disgruntled employee that has a problem with 2550. Either that or your merely a troll trying to stir the pot. How do we know you ask? Because 2550 on the 3rd watch is probably the most laid back Sgt. on planet earth. He couldn't care less about anything. I very, very much doubt that 2550 has ever yelled at anybody in his entire career. So go back underneath the rock from which you came or the beat car from which you will work the rest of your career. Looser.

8/22/2006 06:35:00 AM  
Anonymous another A/4 hgs dick said...

Homicide Eddie huh? I prefer "Well Fed Ed". How sad is it when you gotta get on the blog and pump one another's nads. The case was a gimme. Why doesn't "Well Fed Ed" solve the Mexican with his throat cut, who had no ID and no prints on file, that was dumped in the alley at 16th & Drake 2 years ago? Then he can pump his own nads. Oh yeah, he read the scene once and went to "court" everyday for two weeks until a few other A/4 shit murders pushed it out of the way. He'll always be there for the charges though.

8/22/2006 03:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:35:44
You are correct about 2550. He is among the most laid back Sgt's on the job. I believe he is also either #1 or #2 in the city on senority. He is the KING of the dog-asses.
10:20:52
You are also corect, he needs to retire.

8/23/2006 03:06:00 AM  
Anonymous 2550 please retire said...

To 6:35
You are right 2550 is very laid back.
Its easy to be laid back when you work 4 to 5 hours a day, spend half your watch driving downtown to pick up and drive home family members from their work location.

He thinks he can pick and chose who he wants working for him on the 6 o clock cars.

He is a do nothing useless lazy ass boss that needs to retire and make room for someone who wants to work.

And yes I will admit it I have a beef with him because he had me dumped from the 6 oclock cars when I really needed to be there.

2550 is all about himself and screw everyone else.

you would think a man who has that much time on this job would treat his troops a little different.

I am glad I am no longer on the 6 oclock side. But rest assure the dinosaur needs to be put out to pasture.

I will close by saying 5 words to 2550....retire,retire,retire,retire,retire !!!

8/24/2006 01:04:00 PM  

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