Mom Of Chicago Train Robbery Suspect Recognises Him, Drags Him To Police Station.

Motherhood is a beautiful phase. No matter what the mothers will always love, care and protect their child. At the same time when the child does wrong the mother corrects the child and does not support the wrong doing. 

A Loyola University student was identified as the culprit in a Chicago train heist by his own mother, who allegedly pulled him into the police station to surrender himself in.

Zion Brown, an 18-year-old sophomore at Loyola University Chicago, was charged with armed robbery after reportedly snatching roughly $100 in cash from a Metra train conductor at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon. In the wake of perceiving photographs of a covered suspect – seen looking into a station surveillance camera – shared by police and detailed by the media as her child, Brown’s mom acquired him into a police headquarters Calumet City for him to hand himself over.

The detail was uncovered at Brown’s bond hearing, where he was addressed by a private guard lawyer, who contended his client was hungry and was searching for something to eat.

Brown is said to have returned to class following the armed robbery, and his legal advisor requested that the adjudicator recall her own days as a starving college student in deciding his bail. Cook County Judge Maryam Ahmad requested Brown held without bail, Loyola Phoenix announced, referring to the Cook County State’s Attorney Office.

Ahmad dismissed the safeguard lawyer’s contention, saying as a starving school kid she personally couldn’t ever have remembered to burglarise somebody, and conceded the State’s solicitation for no bail.

Brown’s next court appearance is booked for March 4.

Metra Police first sought public assistance in identifying the man shown in two security photographs at the downtown Chicago Van Buren Street Station. The alleged offender, who was a passenger on the train, “presented a black semi-automatic weapon and proclaimed a robbery as the train came into the station about 2:17 p.m.,” police said. He then reportedly stole the conductor’s money and ran inside the station on foot. One of the photographs shows the concealed suspect with a weapon on the stage. 

During a meeting with police, Brown supposedly said the weapon he shown during the theft was really a BB firearm, which he professed to have tossed into a dumpster in a back street a short time later. Brown had never been convicted of a crime before.

Hope the son realises his mistakes and be a better person. Bless the mom for doing the right thing.

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