Man charged with armed robbery at Little Village restaurant

SHARE Man charged with armed robbery at Little Village restaurant
screen_shot_2018_02_04_at_10_21_58_am.png

Cordney McLeod | Cook County Sheriff’s Office

A man was charged with an armed robbery Thursday afternoon at a fast food restaurant in the Southwest Side Little Village neighborhood.

Cordney McLeod, 29, of the Englewood neighborhood, walked into the restaurant about 2:30 p.m. in the 4000 block of West 26th Street, implied he was armed and demanded property from two employees, an 18-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman, according to Chicago Police.

McLeod then ran off with their property and got into a gray-colored car before later being taken into custody, police said.

McLeod was charged with felony counts of armed robbery and armed habitual criminal, and a misdemeanor count of criminal trespass to real property, police said.

He is being held without bond at Cook County Jail, according to the Cook County Sheriff’s Office. His next court date was set for Feb. 8.

The Latest
I enjoy my job and want to stay on the road, but I am in a tough spot. Dozens of workers have been victims of carjackings and assaults. App companies aren’t doing enough to keep drivers safe.
Rather than burying history, City Hall should recognize the complex and continuing legacy of Columbus.
The girl was with a woman in the 6600 block of North Damen Avenue Wednesday morning when a person approached and grabbed the child and started running, police said.
Girardi, a Cubs draft pick in 1986, will join Jon Sciambi and Jim Deshaies in the booth for the three-game series with the Brewers that begins Friday.
“You have to have some balls to go out there and perform,” Cueto said, “and I have that.”