A woman from West Chicago has been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Humboldt Park.

A woman has been charged with murder in connection with a fatal stabbing in the Humboldt Park neighborhood last month.

A fatal knife attack that took place in broad daylight last month in Humboldt Park has resulted in the arrest of a woman who is alleged to have been targeting a romantic rival.

In the Jan. 20 attack on Jamilah Brown, 24, who was walking with her 3-year-old son in the 3700 block of West Chicago Avenue, Tyteanne Bell, 34, is charged with first-degree murder.
According to Cook County prosecutors, around 3:45 p.m. that day, Brown and the toddler were headed to an ATM to get money to pay for her older son’s haircut when Bell got out of a rental car and repeatedly stabbed Brown in the neck and head.

Jamilah Brown, 24

It is alleged that Bell left in the rental car. Brown was bleeding when a witness saw him and ran to the 3-year-old before calling 911. Brown passed away at Mount Sinai Hospital later on.

According to prosecutors, Bell returned the rental car in Saint Charles later that evening and contacted her brother, a Chicago police officer, to inquire about whether he had been informed of the murder and whether there were any cameras in the vicinity.

Prosecutors claimed that the officer contacted the department, identified his sister in the attack’s surveillance footage, and provided investigators with Bell’s text messages.
According to the prosecutor, Bell was also identified as the person who rented and returned the vehicle by an employee of the car company. The vehicle’s apparent blood is still awaiting testing.

According to the prosecution, Bell’s cell phone data showed her traveling back and forth between the rental facility and the location of the attack. The two women allegedly had a relationship with the same man, according to the investigation.

Tyteanne Bell, 34

Bell was previously found guilty of battery after stabbing her then-girlfriend’s wife in the leg. Prosecutors stated that she received a probationary sentence in 2019.

Bell was ordered to be held without bail by Judge Susana Ortiz Bell. On February 27, Bell was expected back in court.

Tyteanne Bell, 34, is accused of pulling out a “sharp object” and stabbing 24-year-old Jamilah Brown to death in the 3700 block of West Chicago Avenue around 4:10 p.m. on Jan. 20.

According to police, Brown was stabbed in the neck and ear. She was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, according to police.

Bell, of West Chicago, was arrested in the Lawndale neighborhood on Monday.

She is set to appear in bond court on Tuesday.

Jamilah Brown, 24

Over the course of four days, 50 armed robberies were reported on Chicago’s North and West sides.

According to Chicago police, two to four people are responsible for 50 armed robberies committed on the North and West sides over four days last week.

According to police, the suspects in each case wore dark clothing with hoods and ski masks, pulled up in a car, got out, and approached people on streets and sidewalks, robbing them at gunpoint.

According to police, some of the robberies occurred just minutes apart. Nobody is being held.

According to police data, robberies in the city have increased by 15% since last year. Theft is up 59%.

The 25th Police District on Chicago’s Northwest Side has seen the largest increase, 34%, from 271 robberies this year to 362 this time last year.

  • Between midnight and 4 a.m. on Saturday, 18 robberies were reported, mostly in Humboldt Park, Ukrainian Village, and West Town. Others occurred from the Near North Side to Lakeview, Edgewater, and West Ridge on Saturday morning.
  • According to police, there was only one reported robbery on Friday around 11:20 p.m. in the 1400 block of North Sandburg Terrace on the Near North Side.
  • On December 8, a group of gunmen committed 16 robberies on the West Side, the majority of which occurred in Humboldt Park, between 12:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. According to police, six of the attacks occurred between 5:15 a.m. and 5:38 a.m.
  • On December 7, another 15 robberies were reported, mostly on the West Side. According to police, twelve of them occurred between 4:15 a.m. and 6:40 a.m.

Police are looking for a man in connection with a CTA bus robbery on the Near West Side.

A man is wanted by police after allegedly robbing a passenger on a CTA bus on the Near West Side earlier this month.

A man in his early twenties robbed another passenger on a CTA bus at 11 North Ashland Avenue on Nov. 11 at 3:38 p.m., according to Mass Transit Detectives.

The perpetrator approached a passenger, stole the victim’s cell phone, and fled the bus.

According to police, when the victim chased the offender off the bus, the offender punched the victim in the face.

The suspect is black, 5’11-6′, and weighs 170 pounds. He is wearing a black jacket with white striped shoulders and the words “Don’t be a Menace” on the front chest and back, as well as light colored jeans.

If you have any information on this person, please contact the Chicago Mass Transit Detectives.

West Side: woman stabbed by man; man shot by another woman

A man stabbed a woman as she attempted to enter a residential building Friday evening in Humboldt Park, and another woman arrived on the scene and shot the man several times.

Around 8:17 p.m., the 33-year-old woman was attempting to enter a residential building in the 700 block of North Spaulding Avenue when a 62-year-old man approached her with a knife and swung at her.

When a 54-year-old woman arrived on the scene, she shot the man several times.

The 33-year-old woman was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital with stab wounds to her hand and thigh and is listed in good condition.

The man was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds to the chest and is in critical condition.

The woman, 54, has been arrested and police are still investigating.

There were no other reported injuries.

Marshall High School hosts a charity basketball game to raise funds for the family of a slain former player.

The John Marshall Metropolitan High School basketball court, where Dylana Rainey, affectionately known as ‘Dede,’ once wowed crowds, was packed with alumni men and women ball players competing in a benefit game.

Margo, Rainey’s mother, organized the event.

“I’m just overjoyed. “I’m overwhelmed that so many people came out to participate, to help us get justice,” she said.

Rainey was pulling into the driveway of her mother’s Maywood home in the 700 block of S. 6th Ave. on July 24 when she was shot. She was pronounced dead at Loyola University Medical Center later that day.

The 22-year-old was killed while driving a 2003 black Buick Regal with gray trim and tinted windows and windshield, according to police.

According to Dede’s family, the car was discovered abandoned and burned. The game on Friday is intended to raise funds to find the murderer.

“There is no fixed amount. “We’re just hoping that whatever we can raise can help us find some sort of justice and peace,” Rainey’s brother, Devonte, said.

He told My Life in the Chi that being back on Marshall’s court without his sister was strange, but that he could feel her spirit.

“It’s that feeling of knowing something is missing but knowing that person is still here with us,” he explained.

Despite the difficult circumstances, the family expressed gratitude to the Marshall family for coming together to show their love.

“Marshall really showed her how important basketball was to her, so doing this here with the people we have here, her basketball family, her Commando family, my mom’s Commando family, it felt like the right fit and the right time,” he said.

Rainey’s mother also established a GoFundMe page in her honor to establish a scholarship fund for men and women affected by gun violence and to contribute to the prize money raised at Friday’s charity basketball game.

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Wheeling’s Holmes Middle School is under lockdown following a weapon report

As a result of a weapon that was discovered in the school, a middle school in Wheeling’s northwest suburban area is on lockdown Tuesday afternoon.

According to school officials, they called the police around 12 p.m. after receiving a report of a weapon in the school. In accordance with district policy, the school was put on lockdown while police investigated “whether the weapon is an airsoft gun.”

During the police investigation, no students are in danger.According to the district, ParentSquare will continue to provide parents with updates.

The District’s top priority is ensuring our students’ safety. The district stated in a statement that support staff is available to provide support and assistance as required.

Images of the men who robbed CTA passengers on a Red Line train are released by the police.

Three people who are wanted in connection with an armed robbery

Three people who are wanted in connection with an armed robbery at the Garfield stop on the Red Line are being sought by police.
The three men who robbed a Red Line passenger who was traveling home from work on Sept. 17 at the Garfield stop around 9:20 p.m. have been identified by Chicago police through surveillance footage.
When they got close to the victim, one of the robbers was holding a knife, and then all three of them started punching and kicking him.

After stealing the victim’s bicycle and throwing it on the tracks, the robbers returned and attempted to flee before an approaching train struck it.
Call Area One detectives at 312-745-4706 if you know who the robbers are.

After a fight during the football game between Kenwood Academy and Morgan Park, players will be suspended.

After a post-game brawl, 18-20 players were kicked out.

Over the weekend, two of the best high school football teams in Chicago got into a fight. Chicago Public Schools and the Illinois High School Association are trying to settle the dispute.
After the final whistle blew on Saturday in their game at Lane Stadium, 2601 W. Addison St., a number of Morgan Park High School and Kenwood Academy players started fighting. This was the end of an ugly game in which several coaches and players were kicked out for unsportsmanlike behavior.
Coaches from both teams quickly apologized and accepted responsibility for the incident, Charlie De Mar of CBS 2 reported.
One of the best games of the season was supposed to be between these two teams.However, the game is now being remembered for the wrong reasons, of course.

Woman Shot in Back

Chicago S Oakley Ave

EMS personnel transported the patient to a hospital. Officers advise shots were fired from a vehicle that fled in an unknown direction. #MyLifeInTheChi

Car Crashed Onto Lawn

Montclare, Elmwood Park W Altgeld St & N Oak Park Ave

Video shows car crashed into lawn, police are investigating cause of crash. This incident happened today August 2nd around 5:15pm at W Altgeld St & N Oak Park Ave. #MyLifeInTheChi

North Lawn dale man found shot multiple times

Kenyatta O’Neal Jr – 25

A man passed away on Monday August 1st 2022 after he was found shot multiple times on Chicago’s West Side.

Around 9a.m., police say a 25-year old person was found with various discharge wounds to the body in the 1100 block of South Troy Street in the North Lawndale area.
The casualty was taken to Norwegian Hospital in critical condition, police said. He was then moved to Mt. Sinai where he was pronounced.

The Cook County clinical analyst recognized the casualty as Kenyatta O’Neal Jr.Nobody was accounted for in custody.The examination is continuous. #MyLifeInTheChi

Nine Possible Shots Detected

Chicago S Morgan St

Shot Spotter technology has detected nine rounds of possible gunfire. Shot Spotter devices pick up gunshots or similarly loud noises, such as fireworks or backfiring vehicles. #MyLifeInTheChi

Man Shot Twice S Archer Ave

Police advise that the victim has been shot twice but is in a stable condition. Police affirm that the suspect vehicle is a black Mazda SUV with the shooting suspect in it. EMS transported the victim to a nearby hospital. #MyLifeInTheChi

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