No bond for man charged with beating, robbing woman in Bucktown

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Deonta Terry | Chicago Police

Aman charged in connection with the assault and robbery of a woman Sunday morning in the Bucktown neighborhoodhas been ordered held without bond.

Deonta Terry, 27,turned himself in at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday at the Wentworth District police station, 5101 S. Wentworth Ave., according to Chicago Police. He has been charged with one felony count each of robbery, kidnapping with force or the threat of force, aggravated battery involving strangling, and attempted criminal sexual assault with the use of force.

Judge Stephanie Miller on Friday ordered Terry held at Cook County Jail without bond, court records show.

About 3:25 a.m. Sunday, Terry followed a 23-year-old woman from the CTA Blue Line stop at North and Damen avenues, police said. He pulled her into a gangway in the 1600 block of North Bell Avenue, where he beat, robbed and disrobed her.

Police released surveillance images of the suspect shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday, aboutfour hours before he turned himself in.

Terry, who lives in the South Side Woodlawn neighborhood, is due back in court on Dec. 20.

An image from CTA cameras of a man wanted for following, beating and robbing a woman early Tuesday in the Bucktown neighborhood. | Chicago Police

An image from CTA cameras of a man wanted for following, beating and robbing a woman early Tuesday in the Bucktown neighborhood. | Chicago Police

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