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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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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