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    [b][url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnE4cxVctLA]air jordan 11 Infrared[/url] [/b]Merrillville man involved in armed robbery, battery

    Armed robbery and battery charges happen to be filed in Lake Superior Court against a Merrillville man stemming from a June 17 robbery.

    Jonathan Peter Hammonds, 18, is arrested for robbing an acquaintance with whom he¡¯d decided to trade some Nike Jordan shoes. The acquaintance told police he knew Hammonds because they¡¯d had classes together in college.

    The victim said a friend drove him to Hammonds¡¯ residence in the 7500 block of Wright Street. When he saw a Nike Jordan shoe box on the table, he set his box next to it on the table and stepped back for Hammonds to look at the shoes. While he looked around the house, the victim told police he saw a man coming up the stairs with a gun pointed at him. Hammonds then punched him twice and knocked him to the floor. Both men were standing over him shouting to quit everything he had. The man handed over his cellphone and the $25 he was going to give Hammonds as well as the shoes. The man told police he was allowed to leave.

    Police arrested Hammonds, who said he sold the telephone at a wireless phone store. Police identified Hammonds on store surveillance footage because man who sold the phone that same day.

    Gary man gets 12 months for auto theft

    Lake Superior Court Judge Clarence Murray placed a Gary man on probation for Twelve months for auto theft.

    Justin Edward Smith, 20, admitted he’d agreed to focus on a woman¡¯s 1988 Oldsmobile Alero, which on March 17, 2013, was towed to a garage in the area of 47th avenue and Roosevelt Street in Gary. For about one month, the lady contacted Smith numerous times regarding the status of her car repairs but never got her car back. On April 14, 2013, Smith told the woman her car have been stripped and offered her $350 for your car, but never gave her the money.

    In court on Monday, when Smith pleaded guilty and was sentenced, his attorney, Roxanne Mendez Johnson, said Smith was working and had put together the $350 in restitution outlined in his plea agreement.

    Smith pleaded guilty to a felony charge, but Murray entered judgment of conviction like a misdemeanor under the agreement.

    Hobart man faced with public indecency

    A Hobart man having a reputation convictions for sexual offenses continues to be charged in Lake Superior Court with public indecency and criminal recklessness after he allegedly exposed himself to a co-worker and grabbed her buttocks.

    Ashley Javon Toney, 22, of the first block of Michigan Avenue, is charged with exposing himself to a co-worker at Burger King, 715 N. Hobart Road, on May 12. The woman told police around 9:15 p.m. she traveled to clean the men¡¯s bathroom in the restaurant. Toney entered the lavatory, stood to the side of her and asked her to ¡°look only at that.¡± The girl told police she ignored Toney and continued cleaning. Toney said to ¡°look at this¡± again and might see him from the corner of her eye holding his penis in his hand, the probable cause affidavit states. Toney then grabbed her buttocks and squeezed. The lady said Toney had done exactly the same thing at least five times previously and reported the incident to her supervisor.

    In December, Judge Clarence Murray sentenced Toney to three years, with one year executed and a couple years suspended and served on probation for voyeurism and sexual battery. Toney also is on probation in Porter County for two counts of sexual battery, criminal confinement, public indecency and criminal recklessness.

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    [b][url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnE4cxVctLA]air jordan 11 Infrared[/url] [/b]Merrillville man faced with armed robbery, battery

    Armed robbery and battery charges have already been filed in Lake Superior Court against a Merrillville man stemming from a June 17 robbery.

    Jonathan Peter Hammonds, 18, is charged with robbing an acquaintance with whom he¡¯d agreed to trade some Nike Jordan shoes. The acquaintance told police he knew Hammonds because they¡¯d had classes together in college.

    The victim said a friend drove him to Hammonds¡¯ residence in the 7500 block of Wright Street. When he saw a Nike Jordan shoe box on the table, he set his box next to it on the table and stepped back for Hammonds to check out the shoes. Because he searched the house, the victim told police he saw a man coming up the stairs with a gun pointed at him. Hammonds then punched him twice and knocked him to the floor. Both men were standing over him shouting to give up everything he had. The man handed over his cellphone and the $25 he was going to give Hammonds in addition to the shoes. The man told police he was allowed to leave.

    Police arrested Hammonds, who said he sold the telephone at a wireless phone store. Police identified Hammonds on store surveillance footage because man who sold the phone that same day.

    Gary man gets 12 months for auto theft

    Lake Superior Court Judge Clarence Murray placed a Gary man on probation for Twelve months for auto theft.

    Justin Edward Smith, 20, admitted he’d decided to focus on a woman¡¯s 1988 Oldsmobile Alero, which on March 17, 2013, was towed to a garage in the area of 47th avenue and Roosevelt Street in Gary. For around one month, the lady contacted Smith numerous times regarding the status of her car repairs but never got her car back. On April 14, 2013, Smith told the woman her car had been stripped and offered her $350 for your car, but never gave her the money.

    In court on Monday, when Smith pleaded guilty and was sentenced, his attorney, Roxanne Mendez Johnson, said Smith was working together put together the $350 in restitution outlined in his plea agreement.

    Smith pleaded guilty to a felony charge, but Murray entered judgment of conviction as the misdemeanor under the agreement.

    Hobart man faced with public indecency

    A Hobart man with a history of convictions for sexual offenses may be charged in Lake Superior Court with public indecency and criminal recklessness after he allegedly exposed himself to a co-worker and grabbed her buttocks.

    Ashley Javon Toney, 22, on the first block of Michigan Avenue, is faced with exposing himself to a co-worker at Burger King, 715 N. Hobart Road, on May 12. The woman told police at about 9:15 p.m. she traveled to clean the men¡¯s bathroom inside the restaurant. Toney entered the lavatory, stood to the side of her and asked her to ¡°look only at that.¡± The lady told police she ignored Toney and continued cleaning. Toney informed her to ¡°look at this¡± again and might see him from the corner of her eye holding his penis in his hand, the probable cause affidavit states. Toney then grabbed her buttocks and squeezed. The girl said Toney tried exactly the same thing at least five times previously and reported the incident to her supervisor.

    In December, Judge Clarence Murray sentenced Toney to a few years, with one year executed and two years suspended and served on probation for voyeurism and sexual battery. Toney also is on probation in Porter County for two counts of sexual battery, criminal confinement, public indecency and criminal recklessness.

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