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Man Receives Fourteenth Conviction For Andersonville Walgreens Armed Robbery

Marion, CPD Photo

After already stacking up 13 convictions, a man has been convicted once again for a shoplifting incident turned armed robbery that occurred at the Andersonville Walgreens.

On March 20 of last year around 2 p.m., 44-year-old Timothy Marion of the 2700 block of N. Hoyne entered the Walgreens at 5440 N. Clark and eventually starting loading merchandise into his backpack. When he was approached by an employee, he pulled out a knife and said “walk away… I’ll stab you.”

Marion then left the store only to be apprehended one block away by police. After searching him, they found the knife used in the incident and placed him into custody.

Marion, who is a documented member of the Black P-Stones street gang, was charged with a class X felony armed robbery and was held without bail. This week, Judge Erica Reddick handed down his fourteenth conviction of six years with 462 days credit for time served as he awaited trial.

Special thanks to CWBChicago.com and 6 years of crime reporting.

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