CHICAGO (CBS)– At least six new people have been charged with felonies in connection with recent looting incidents on August 10.
According to Chicago police, the following have been charged. Several of them appeared in Bond Court Monday:
- Kendra Mosby, 24, was charged with one felony count of burglary and one felony count of looting. Mosby was arrested Sunday. In Bond Court Monday, prosecutors said she was capture on a security camera video looting a Walgreens and was arrested at the scene. Her bond was set at $5,000.
- Corey Sanders, 28, was charged with one felony count of burglary and one felony count of looting. Police said Sanders was “observed and positively ID as the offender who on August 10, 2020 burglarized and looted a business while taking merchandise.”
- Lovely Howard, 26, was charged with two felony counts of theft. Police said Howard was arrested she was found in possession of merchandise which had been stolen during the Chicago looting incidents on Monday, Aug. 10. In Bond Court, prosecutors said Howard looted a Hermès and Nordstrom store, and a Hermès employee later saw bracelets stolen from the store on a resale app and contacted police. Undercover officers met up with her to buy the merchandise and arrested her. Howard, who had no criminal record, was given a $10,000 I-bond. Officers were able to return to the merchandise to the businesses.
- Jarvell Davis, 21, was charged with two felony counts of theft, one felony count of looting and one felony count of burglary.
- Crystal Williams, 33, was charged with one felony count of burglary and one felony count of looting. Prosecutors said Williams was seen on security camera stealing medications from a Walgreens, was arrested at the scene. She has a failure to appear from 2017 and a misdemeanor domestic battery from 2008. Her bond was set at $4,000.
- Taeshia Rochon, 22, was charged with two felony counts of burglary and two felony counts of looting. Prosecutors said Rochon posted two Facebook live videos of herself inside a Nordstrom and Sunglass Hut during the looting on Monday, Aug. 10. The CPD’s Looting Task Force got an anonymous tip about her videos and tracked her down, prosecutors said. Rochon was given a $4,000 D Bond, meaning she has to post $400 to be released pre-trial, and she will be on electronic monitoring if she posts bond. She does not have a criminal record, officials said.