A person in Chicago has refused to press charges in opposition to a gaggle of teenybopper assailants who stole his automotive at gunpoint — telling authorities that he “felt sorry” for them, in keeping with experiences.
The 28-year-old man had been shoveling snow out of a parking spot in West City on Tuesday evening when two of the attackers pulled weapons on him, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The pair took cash and keys out of his pockets earlier than one took off in a Ford Fusion and the opposite within the man’s blue Lexus ES300, police stated.
A number of hours later, police noticed and pulled over the stolen Lexus within the South Austin neighborhood.
Officers arrested two teen boys, ages 19 and 15, and two teen ladies, additionally ages 19 and 15.
However the carjacking victim declined to press charges in opposition to the group.
He advised authorities that he “felt sorry for them” they usually most likely simply wanted a automotive, a supply advised the outlet CWB Chicago.
One of many 4 taken into custody, 19-year-old John Daniels, was arrested on an impressive warrant, however the three others had been launched with out charges, the shops reported.