CRIME SPREE HITS AURORA AS CORRUPT COP RUNS AWAY
As Aurora's Corrupt Police Chief Kristen Ziman ran away, drank wine and hid at the Turf Room in North Aurora, citizens of Aurora suffered another crime spree on Saturday during during a seven hour period, including a 10 year old almost murdered, multiple shots fired, armed robbery of teenagers, stolen vehicle, carjacking and more.
Ziman and Corrupt Mayor Tom Weisner, who have each exploited taxpayers for hundreds of thousands of dollars along with rewarding their cronies, claim "crime is down" and recently caused the APD to be known as the "PD - Pansy Department" because they knowingly allowed hundreds of crimes to occur by excusing it by saying at least they had Mexican food, "an excellent choice!" said Ziman.
No word yet if all those involved in Saturday's crime spree chose to have Mexican food in Aurora.
We encourage anyone intending to commit crimes in Aurora to instead visit the Turf Room in North Aurora and sit with Kristen Ziman at her table as she gets drunk.
If you have any information that may help solve the many crimes this weekend in Aurora, please contact us so we can coordinate with proper law enforcement authorities. If you instead choose to give the information to the APD directly, good luck because it won't make a difference.
Excerpts from APD's "News Release" are below:
Aurora Police are seeking information on a series of crimes that occurred over an approximate seven-hour period on Saturday.
At approximately 5:27 p.m., police responded to an armed robbery call in the 400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. Upon arrival, they met with three teenage girls, a 13 year old and two 14 year olds, who said they were walking with two teenage boys they had just met. When they crossed the street, a green minivan approached traveling at a high rate of speed. The minivan proceeded to stop just north of the group and a man armed with a handgun and wearing a bandanna over his face got out and demanded their valuables. One of the boys handed over some jewelry and the suspect ran back to the vehicle which then sped from the scene westbound on Plum Street from Pennsylvania Avenue. The ages of the male teens is not known as they left prior to police arrival.
The girls told police the minivan was occupied by at least two other men. One of the 14 year olds was treated on-scene by Aurora Fire Department Paramedics for a minor injury to her leg which she sustained when she was hit by the minivan when it approached.
A few minutes after the armed robbery, an Aurora Police officer spotted a vehicle matching the description of the one in the armed robbery, stopped at a red light heading westbound on Illinois Avenue at Randall Road. When the occupants saw the officer, the driver took off at a high rate of speed with the officer in pursuit. The driver of the minivan disregarded several traffic control devices and the pursuit was terminated when it was deemed unsafe.
The driver of the minivan proceeded to box in a Ford Taurus driven by a 63 year old man with his 61 year old girlfriend as his passenger in the area of Route 56 and I-88. There were a minimum of four occupants in the minivan according to the victims, all of whom jumped out and approached the Taurus. Two of the suspects were armed with handguns and proceeded to order the man and woman out. The couple complied and the suspects entered the Taurus and took off westbound on Route 56. Neither of the victims were injured.
At approximately 5:49 p.m., the Taurus was involved in a hit and run crash at the intersection of Prairie Street and Edgelawn Drive. A 68 year old woman told police she had just completed her turn from southbound Edgelawn onto eastbound Prairie when her vehicle’s rear fender was hit by the Taurus which was also eastbound but at a high rate of speed. Within about three minutes of the crash, police received a call saying the Taurus stopped suddenly in the area of Lake Street and Ridgeway Avenue and its occupants ran from it. Police believe at least three people were in the car at the time it was abandoned. There were no injuries as a result of the hit and run crash and the woman was the only occupant of her vehicle. A search of the area did not turn up any of the suspects. The Illinois State Police assisted Aurora Police in the investigation of the carjacking and subsequent search for the suspects.
The green minivan used in the armed robbery and involved in the chase was reported stolen from the 600 block of Gates Avenue sometime between 9:30 p.m., Friday night and 12:10 p.m. Saturday. The owner had left the vehicle parked on the street, unlocked, with the keys in the cup holder.
At around 10:58 p.m., Saturday, police responded to a call for shots fired in the 100 block of North Ohio Street and learned that several people were fired upon as they sat in an outdoor common area. The suspects, one of whom was armed, approached the group on foot from behind a home in the 900 block of Fulton Street, opened fire, yelled a gang slogan, and the two ran back to what was later learned to be a Jeep Wrangler that had been reported stolen out of Aurora and parked on Fulton. A bullet grazed a ten-year old boy in the head as he sat at a picnic table and several rounds entered the apartment building but no one else was struck. The boy was treated and released by paramedics at the scene. Police do not believe the family was targeted.
Less than ten minutes later, suspects matching the same description and driving the same vehicle were involved in a shooting in the 1300 block of Plum Street.
Upon investigation, it was learned that a 52 year old man had just backed his car out of a friend’s driveway when the same Jeep Wrangler approached from the opposite direction. An argument then ensued between the men before the driver of the Wrangler crashed it head-on into the other car. The 52 year old man was then joined by his 49 year old friend who had witnessed the altercation and the two approached the Jeep where the four men fought. One of the men in the Jeep proceeded to pull out a handgun and fired several shots, one of which hit the 49 year old man in the neck.
The suspects got out of the vehicle and the gunman fired several shots at an SUV that was driving westbound on Plum Street. The vehicle, which was occupied by five juveniles, was struck twice, however, none of the passengers were hit. The suspects ran from the scene northbound through the yards. Police were not able to locate them.
The suspects were both described as Hispanic men in their 20’s. The shooter was dressed in dark clothing. The 49 year old man was taken to an Aurora hospital for treatment and later airlifted to a suburban hospital where his condition was stabilized. He is expected to survive.
The Jeep Wrangler was reported stolen around 10:30 p.m. Saturday from the 600 block of High Street. The owner of the vehicle parked it on the street and left the keys in the ignition.