Saturday, April 22, 2017

Chicago Police Charge Lakeview "Nightmare Party Crasher"



April 15th, 2017 was an evening of aggressive party crashing for 24 year old James Warren. Warren, who is from the area of the Dan Ryan Woods on Chicago's south side Auburn Gresham neighborhood on police beat 614, found himself with a friend in the Lakeview area of the city. At some point during the 11PM hour, Warren and his friend spotted a party going on that was hosted by a local university student and his roommate. Several of the party guests attend DePaul University according to a witness for the state.

The party was held in the 2900 block of N. Sheffield. Upon being told by the party host that he wasn't wanted or welcome, Warren proceeded to shove his way into the apartment, using a group of arriving guests as his leverage. While at the party, Warren engaged in unwanted touching of several women and did so while acting aggressively. Warren and his friend agreed to leave, but on his way out, Warren slapped and punched two guests.

Warren returned once more and started asking people there if they wanted to fight and telling them he had a gun. Warren left again, but returned at or around 1:15AM on April 16th, 2017, using a back entrance to gain unauthorized entry for a third time. At this time, Warren opened fire, striking a male victim four times in his thigh, ankle, and knee.  Edit - April 24th, 2017: Correction - The Cook County Sheriff has knowingly and INTENTIONALLY misled the public by making it appear as if Warren has been charged with 1st Degree Murder. The victim is STILL ALIVE.  


Warren's original charges were attempted first-degree murder and aggravated battery - firearm and stand as such.

Warren has a history as an adult with the Chicago Police Department that started on July 21st, 2015. That arrest brought charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance.Warren's second arrest occurred on April 9th, 2016, and he was charged with Domestic Battery - Make Physical Contact. Warren's newest arrest was for the new charges he now faces. Warren's complete history is detailed directly from Chicago Police Arrest records below.

Warren was in bond court on April 22nd, 2017, and Assistant State's Attorney Lorraine Scaduto represented the state, while Warren was represented by Assistant Public Defender Megan Tomlinson. Cook County Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil set bail at $800,000

Logan Square Sexual Abuse Suspect Taken Into Custody - Police



Chicago Police Area North Detectives have arrested a suspect in the Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse of a young Logan Square Girl filed under RD#: JA-226451

Chicago - One first brought you that story on April 19th, 2017.

43 year old Noe Moreno was taken into custody yesterday (Friday), April 21st, 2017. Moreno, of the 2200-block of North Narragansett Ave, was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a victim under 9 years old. moreno will be in bond court tomorrow, April 23rd, 2017.

Noe Moreno - Chicago Police Photo
At this time, it is unknown if Moreno has a history with CPD prior to July 4th, 2014, when the Chicago Police Adult Arrest Database publishes adult arrests on or after that date. The Cook County Sheriff's Inmate Search showed no information for Moreno, and the Illinois Department of Corrections public searches had no information on Moreno, and Moreno did not appear in the Illinois Sex Offender Database.  

Chicago Police Serve Search Warrant - Find Large Drug Operation in 20th District



On April 22nd, 2017, Chicago Police Spokesman Anthony (AJ) Guglielmi tweeted that a suspect named Reggie C. Catayong had been arrested after following a Chicago Police Officer after court and threatening that officer. Chicago Police had obtained a search warrant for Catayong's home after that incident, and found what Guglielmi said was a "significant drug operation inside his home"

Reggie C. Catayong - Chicago Police Department Photo
This is the significant drug operation Chicago Police discovered with their search warrant


This is Reggie Catayong's Arrest from March 26th, 2017 at 4870 N. Francisco on beat 2031.


This is Reggie Catayong's Cook County Jail Individual Inmate Report. Reggie has been held by the Cook County Circuit Court with NO BOND.

Apparently, the County Sheriff was updating the record when Chicago-One checked-in on Catayong. The full record should be up within 24 hours.

Edit - 3:08PM, 22 April 2017 NBC Chicago reports the following facts:

Catayong was charged with one count of harassing a witness, six counts of possession of a controlled substance, one count of marijuana possession over 5 kilograms and one count of possession of hypodermic needles – all felonies, authorities said. He was also charged with one misdemeanor count of possession of a replica firearm


42-year-old Jack Artinian, of the 2200 block of W. Farwell Ave. in the West Rogers Park neighborhood, was charged with one felony count of harassing a witness, according to police. Both men are accused of following the officer in a vehicle as the officer left court in the 2400 block of W. Belmont Ave. in the city’s Lake View neighborhood, then following the officer more than three miles north to the 2800 block of W. Catalpa Ave., where police said Catayong shouted “We’re going to get you!” at the officer while in traffic around 2 p.m. 

The two were subsequently stopped and taken into custody in the alley of the 5100 block of N. Troy St. in the city's North Park neighborhood. Police say Artinian was driving the vehicle that followed the officer.

BOND COURT

Information from the bond court hearing is courtesy of Liam Ford and Will Lee at the Chicago Tribune

Catayong was in bond court today at 26th & California. Today, we learned that 
when the tactical officers executed the search warrant, they found about 20 pounds of marijuana, about 200 ounces of liquid THC (the primary chemical that causes the marijuana high), about 13 ounces of narcotic mushrooms, 3 ounces of cocaine and almost 20 ounces of liquid steroids, according to a police spokesman. Other drugs included 153 miscellaneous pills, 46 steroid pills and 17 MDMA or ecstasy pills.

Police confiscated a replica handgun and $14,333 in cash, 2 gold bars, 18 silver bars worth about $1,800 each, two gold pieces, 51 rare coins, 62 dollar coins, 26 half-dollar coins and 73 casino chips, according to police. Catayong has also been charged with felony possession of hypodermic needles.

Jack Artinian has been held in Cook County Jail in lieu of 1 Million dollars bond. Artinian was in bond court yesterday.