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STOLEN VEHICLE PURSUIT & ARRESTS

On Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at approximately 7 P.M., a Freeport Police officer attempted to stop a black 2006 Hyundai Sonata that was reported to have been stolen in Chicago earlier that day. The vehicle fled from the stop and was pursued throughout various locations in the City of Freeport and eventually onto U.S. Route 20.

A Stephenson County Sheriff’s Deputy and Freeport Police officer pursued the offending vehicle until it eventually stopped near Conger Road in Winnebago county. During the pursuit on Rt. 20, the vehicle was traveling at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.

After the vehicle stopped, five suspects fled on foot, and three of the suspects were apprehended. The apprehensions involved officers from the Freeport Police Department, Stephenson county Sheriff’s Department, and the Illinois State Police.

One of the suspects who was apprehended, a 16-year-old male juvenile from Chicago, was found in possession of a backpack containing four firearms.

The firearms inside the backpack consisted of a loaded AR15 rifle and three semi-automatic pistols.

Two of the semi-automatic pistols were loaded.

Additionally, one of the loaded semi-automatic pistols appeared to have been altered to allow for fully-automatic fire. One of the recovered firearms was also found to have been reported stolen in Gary Indiana.

As a result of the investigation, the three apprehended suspects were charged with criminal offenses; two of them were transported to the Stephenson County Jail and a male juvenile was lodged at the Kane County Juvenile Detention Center. One of the adult suspects later posted bond and was released, the other adult suspect is still being held in lieu of bond.

ACCUSED: Anthony R. Ramsey Jr.
AGE: 18
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Chicago, IL

Charges:
Count #1: Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon (under 21 yrs. of age) – Felony
Count #2: Resisting a Peace Officer – Misdemeanor
Count #3: Criminal Trespass to Motor Vehicle – Misdemeanor

Bond: $75,000 – 10% applies

ACCUSED: Male Juvenile
AGE: 16
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Chicago, IL

Charges:
Count #1: Possession of Firearm Without Requisite FOID – Felony
Count #2: Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon (under 21 yrs. of age) – Felony
Count #3: Resisting a Peace Officer – Misdemeanor
Count #4: Criminal Trespass to Motor Vehicle – Misdemeanor

Bond: NONE – Juvenile Detention

ACCUSED: Brian E. Robinson Jr.
AGE: 19
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Chicago, IL

Charges:
Count #1: Resisting a Peace Officer – Misdemeanor
Count #2: Criminal Trespass to Motor Vehicle – Misdemeanor

Bond Posted: $1,000 – 10% applies

The public is reminded that the defendant is presumed innocent and is entitled to a fair trial, at which the government has the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

 










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