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Orland Park man robbed after ordering escort on

A southwest suburban man was robbed after he ordered an escort on to come to his Orland Park home Friday night and instead got a trio of robbers.

Adareo R. Lowry, 26, of Chicago; Julian J. Fields, 22, of Calumet City; and Bishop O. Nance, 22, of Chicago, were each charged with one felony count of residential burglary, according to a statement from Orland Park police.

A fourth man who served as their getaway driver, 24-year-old Jacob A. Adejola of Bolingbrook, was charged with driving with a revoked license.

The man called 911 about 10 p.m. Friday and said three men had just assaulted him and stolen his 50-inch television from his apartment in the 15300 block of Treetop Drive, according to police.

The victim gave police a description of the suspects and their vehicle, and officers stopped the vehicle at 153rd and LaGrange Road and arrested the four men, police said.

The man said he had responded to an advertisement on and requested an escort to come to his apartment, police said. When the escort, Lowry, arrived at the apartment, the two men got into an argument over money.

Lowry then opened the door for his two associates, police said. The victim ran from the apartment and called 911. He was not injured.

A cellphone, keys and the 50-inch television that were stolen from the apartment were recovered from the vehicle, police said.

Fields, Lowry and Nance were each ordered held on $250,000 bonds, according to police. Adejola was released on bond.

Julian J. Fields | Orland Park police
Julian J. Fields | Orland Park police
Bishop J. Nance | Orland Park police
Bishop J. Nance | Orland Park police