Monday, April 15, 2013
Cory M. Paytes, 23, pleaded guilty to attempted armed robbery and aggravated battery in which he threatened an Oswego Arby’s employee with a handgun in December 2011.
A Boulder Hill man has been sentenced to 12 years for charges of attempted armed robbery and aggravated battery in an incident in December of 2011, according to Kendall County State’s Attorney Eric Weis. Cory M. Paytes, 23, of the 0-99 block of Eastfield Road in Boulder Hill, pled guilty in March 2013 for charges stemming from an incident on Dec. 13, 2011 at the Oswego Arby’s in the 200 block of Douglas Road. Oswego Police responded to an armed robbery in progress and learned that two men wearing ski masks and dark clothing, one armed with a handgun, had forced their way into the Arby’s while an employee was taking out the trash. Sign up for our daily e-mail newsletter Follow the Oswego Patch on Facebook. The employee tried to run, said …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Marquette L. West, 19, was charged in an incident where he and two other offenders threatened a store clerk with a handgun and baseball bat.
Another suspect has been charged with armed robbery from an incident in 2011, said the Kendall County Sheriff’s office. On June 2, 2011, three suspects armed with a handgun and baseball bat entered a convenience store located in the 0-100 block of Light Road, Oswego and threatened the clerk, according to the Sheriff's office. They stole cash and Illinois Lottery scratch-off tickets. On March 12, 2013 Marquette L. West, 19, with no address provided, was charged with two counts of armed robbery, a class x felony. West was already in custody at the Kendall County Jail on an unrelated manner and remains there with a bond of 10 percent of $300,000 posted by a judge, said the Sheriff's office. This is the second suspect charged in this incident…
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Men armed with handguns get away with cash.
Oswego Police are investigating an armed robbery of the Route 34 Burger King that took place Saturday. According to Jeff Burgner, police media relations office, two men entered through the rear door just after closing each armed with handguns. The two men were wearing masks and demanded money. The men were able to get away with an undetermined amount of cash, and no one was hurt in the robbery, police said. "At this point in time, we are still working on video footage for assistance,” Burgner said. “We (also) do not have a definitive vehicle description that we can say is a positive suspect vehicle."
Friday, November 16, 2012
Armed robbery suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of money Thursday night.
Yorkville police have released an image of the armed robbery suspect who robbed an Aldi cashier Thursday night. The suspect remains on the loose, Yorkville Deputy Police Chief Larry Hilt said Friday morning. "Our detectives are pouring over the evidence as we speak," he said. According to police about 7p.m. Thursday night a masked man clad in camouflage and wearing what officers initially described as a construction helmet walked into the Bridge Street Aldi and demanded money from the cashier. He indicated he was armed, but did not display a weapon, Police Chief Richard Hart said Thursday night. The suspect's disguise prevented witnesses from providing a clear descritption, Hart said. The suspect fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Makes off with undisclosed amount of cash.
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- Alex Keown
Thursday, November 15, 2012
An armed robber stole an undisclosed amount of cash from Yorkville's Aldi store, 1610 Bridge St., Thursday night, according to Yorkville police. A few minutes after 7 p.m. a masked man clad in camouflage clothing and construction hat demanded money from the lone cashier on duty. The perpetrator told the cashier he was armed, but did not display a weapon, Police Chief Richard Hart said Thursday night. "He walked in and walked right up to the cashier demanding money," Hart said. Hart said there were a number of witnesses to the incident, but said no one was hurt. The suspect's disguise prevented witnesses from providing a clear descritption, Hart said. The suspect took off on foot and police are combing the area looking for him. Hart said …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Corey Paytes of Boulder Hill was also charged with robbing the same restaurant eight months earlier, while he worked there, police said.
Corey Paytes, 22, of the 0-99 block of Eastfield Road in Boulder Hill, was one of three men charged with the armed robbery of CiCi's Pizza in Plainfield on New Year's Eve, police said. Paytes also confessed to robbing the restaurant in April 2011, when he was an employee there, Plainfield Police Sgt. Mike Fisher said. Paytes was charged with aggravated robbery and theft, and his bond was set at $1 million. Also arrested were Travis J. Gamble, 22, of Newark, who was charged with aggravated robbery, and Josiah C. McCroskey, 22, 5824 Lenox Road, Lisle, who was charged with theft. Gamble's bond was set at $1 million, and McCroskey's at $100,000. The three are believed to have been involved in multiple pizza restaurant robberies at the end of …
Friday, December 30, 2011
Jubari T. Tuggles, 20, remains in custody after piling up felony charges.
A Boulder Hill man has been charged with two counts of armed robbery after police received a report back in June of a robbery at a convenience store located in the 0-100 block of Light Road in Oswego, unincorporated Kendall County. Three offenders, armed with a baseball bat and handgun, entered the business at about 9 p.m. June 2 and threatened the clerk. They stole cash and scratch-off lottery tickets. Kendall County sheriff's detectives investigated and were able to recover stolen property and money as well as identify one of the three suspects. Jubari T. Tuggles, 20, of Montgomery allegedly confessed to being involved in the armed robbery and on December 15 was charged with two counts of armed robbery, a class X felony. Tuggles was …
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Francisco Valles and Jose Aguiniga will serve prison time for robbing a man in Montgomery last year.
Two Boulder Hill men were sentenced to prison last week for an armed robbery that occurred in March of 2010, Kendall County State’s Attorney Eric Weis announced Tuesday. Kendall County Judge John Barsanti sentenced Francisco Valles, 28, of the 900 block of Edward Street, to 12 years in prison, and Jose Aguiniga, 21, of the 0-99 block of Whitney Way, to six years in prison. Aguiniga had agreed to cooperate with police on the investigation, Weis said. In March of last year, the two men went to a home in Montgomery with the intention of robbing one of the occupants, Weis said. Valles pointed a gun at the occupant and demanded money, which he got. Several other items, including a computer, a stereo and several gaming systems, were also stolen…