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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Ever think about saying no, Dave?

Prosecutors have charged a man with participating in four violent robberies, including two carjackings, over five days earlier this month while he was on parole for another robbery case. 

Last summer, while David Ellis was awaiting trial in the case he eventually pleaded guilty to, prosecutors charged him with robbing a Lyft driver on the Magnificent Mile. But a Cook County judge threw the case out within days claiming there was no probable cause to charge him, court records show. 

“I don’t look for trouble,” Ellis allegedly told cops after they arrested him in the robbery spree last week. “I just hang out and sometimes sh*t goes wrong.”
-WiscoDave

6 comments:

  1. True total B.S. "I just hang out and sometimes sh*t goes wrong.” Yeah right, for sure , If he was busy at work , instead of "Hanging out" he wouldn't have to resort to armed robbery for his spending money , and if he was at work he also wouldn't be "Hanging out" with nothing better to do than rob the hard working people in the area . These fuckers are no better than any other parasite . Just a tapeworm with saggy britches and $800.00 sneakers

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  2. Dave, like millions of others, is a "victim" in his own mind.

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  3. Today's version of 'guess the race'?

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  4. I read "Cook county judge threw out the case", and didn't even bother to look at the mugshot.

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  5. [rocketride]

    “I don’t look for trouble,” Ellis allegedly told cops after they arrested him in the robbery spree last week. “I just hang out and sometimes sh*t goes wrong.”

    The common thread, or at least one of the common threads, Dave, is that you were there all four times the shit went wrong. You are one of nature's true fuckwits.

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