Judge tells respect students indicted of violence male over bike: ‘I’d be crying, too’

August 20, 2015 - Finding Carter

The decider shook her conduct during a suspects before her, all of them charged with aggravated battery with a lethal weapon.

One was a Whitney Young High School graduate with a 4.3 GPA who was firm for a chosen California Polytechnic State University.  Another was a son of a counsel who also graduated from Whitney Young and had been supposed to a University of Michigan.

The third had an ACT measure 3 points aloft than his invulnerability attorney, a counsel joked.  The fourth was a connoisseur from Lincoln Park High School who hoped to be an actor.

Their crime, according to prosecutors: Pulling adult in a Mercedes SUV with coloured windows and violence a male with bats and a steel siren to take a bike he was perplexing to sell for $500.

But a seller, Eric Batlle, fought behind and was still holding onto a bike when military officers showed adult and arrested a four, along with a 17-year-old boy, Tuesday afternoon.

“Yeah I’d be crying, too, if we was you,” Judge Peggy Chiampas told a four, all 18 years old, as they stood in justice Wednesday charged with armed spoliation and aggravated battery with a lethal weapon.