And Yet Again....
- The man suspected of shooting an off-duty Chicago cop earlier this week on the Far South Side is a convicted carjacker who was paroled from prison less than four months ago, prompting interim Police Supt. John Escalante to call for more “accountability” for such violent criminals.
In 2012, Harviley, who has a tattoo that says “Live Strong Die Hard,” was sentenced to nine years in state prison for aggravated vehicular hijacking. He received credit for about a year and a half that he spent in the Cook County Jail and was paroled on Dec. 31.
- 2012 + 9 years = 2021...but there he is, out and around.
But Illinois' Parole Board keeps releasing violent felons onto Chicago streets, over and over and over, with zero accountability. And with Prickwrinkle and Dart emptying Cook County Jail, it's going to be an ugly summer.