Bond was denied for one of two 18-year-old men charged with burglarizing a vehicle Wednesday on the Far South Side.
Deandre Williams and Aaron Taylor each face one count of felony burglary, according to Chicago Police.
Williams, of the 10500 block of South May; and Taylor, of the 10500 block of South Aberdeen, were arrested after a witness identified them as the suspects who stole items from their vehicle about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 10300 block of South Claremont, police said.
Taylor was ordered held without bond Thursday, according to the Cook County sheriff’s office. Williams was ordered held on a $50,000 bond.
Both men are scheduled to appear in court again April 15.
You can move through this list to highlight some key places and events in the city’s LGBTQ communities and history.
The harsh ruling followed days of uncertainty over whether Weiss’ trial will commence more than two-and-a-half years after his indictment in the case that brought down state Rep. Luis Arroyo.
69-year-old mother of five caught in crossfire in Auburn Gresham. ‘How does this happen to somebody like my mom?’
Gale Stephen was driving through the Auburn Gresham neighborhood, someone began firing toward a nearby gas station, and the 69-year-old was caught in the crossfire.
Eight-year-old Cooper Roberts was left paralyzed from the waist down after the Highland Park July 4 parade shooting.
Ald. Walter Burnett expected to be stuck in the political wilderness. Instead, he became vice-mayor, with a $400,000 budget, keeping the staff he had as chair of the Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety.