Trio charged in spate of robberies in Lake View, Lincoln Park

They were also wanted for a car theft in Ukrainian Village.

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Two police officers were injured after objects were thrown at their patrol vehicles on the Northwest and Southwest Sides.

Charges were filed in several robberies on the North Side.

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Police on Friday announced charges against a man and two juveniles accused of a crime spree this week in Lake View and Lincoln Park.

Delvon Brown, 22, and two boys —ages 15 and 16 —allegedly committed at least three robberies on Wednesday and Thursday, Chicago police said in a statement.

They happened:

  • in the 1200 block of West Nelson Street;
  • in the 900 block of West Wolfram Street; and
  • in the 400 block of West Wrightwood Avenue.

The trio was also wanted for a car theft in the 2300 block of West Chicago Avenue in the Ukrainian Village.

Police said they were arrested after officers spotted them in a stolen vehicle.

The teens face counts of robbery with a firearm and possession of a stolen vehicle. Brown faces a count each of armed robbery, theft and misdemeanor trespass to a vehicle.

They were expected to appear in court Friday.

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