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Dec 28 2020

Probation for Burglarizing While on Probation for Burglarizing

In a single-party Democrat jurisdiction like Chicago, what do you suppose the penalty might be for committing burglary while on probation for committing burglary? That’s right, probation:

An accused serial burglar and thief has been sentenced to probation for a burglary in Lincoln Park last year — even though he was already on probation for two burglaries at the time of the alleged break-in.

Jonathan Hernandez, 26, pleaded guilty to one count of theft in exchange for an 18-month probation sentence in the latest case, according to court records. He has been arrested seventeen times in Chicago since March 2014, according to CPD records.

Young as he is, Hernandez is a cinch to clear 100 arrests in his career, provided the government can keep law-abiding homeowners disarmed — and Chicago has repressive gun laws.

Among the bullet points on his résumé, Hernandez has been charged with threatening to shoot an off-duty cop whose garage he was allegedly burglarizing.

That Hernandez is still running around loose confirms that burglary is effectively legal in Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago.

But don’t try opening your business in violation of lockdown restrictions, or you might get in trouble.

On a tip from R F.


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