Second Man Charged In Pizza Delivery Robbery, Police Say

Police arrested a second man in connection with a robbery of a Sarpino’s pizza delivery driver that took place Sept. 8.

Evanston police arrested a second man in connection with a robbery of a pizza delivery driver that took place in early September. 

Two men held a knife to a Sarpino’s Pizza delivery driver at 3:15 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, then stole two pizzas from the driver, according to police. Officers arrested Terrell L. Farmby, of Evanston, last week, and charged him with armed robbery, a felony.


Police arrested Kent G. Morales Jr., 18, of the 100 block of Ridge Avenue in Evanston, on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Based on a description of the offenders, detectives say they believe he was the second man involved in the robbery. Morales is charged with one count of theft, a misdemeanor.

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annie November 04, 2012 at 06:11 AM
Dan, I hope our paths never cross. Nothing you have written has changed my mind about guns. People like you scare me. I don't want to be near someone who "brags" about having a gun. I do know people with guns. I know people who regularly practice at shooting galleries. They don't talk about it. They don't bring up the fact that they are licensed to have a gun in every conversation. In fact, they never bring it up. But you do. All you talk about is: having the "right" to shoot someone, if you "feel" wronged. In my mind, you are the dangerous one. Because, someday you just might be wrong.
Dan Cox November 05, 2012 at 05:09 AM
annie, like most Anti-Gun people of your genre, you mis-state facts. 1. I never said that I have the Right to shoot someone. 2. I never said that I felt wronged. 3. I have been wrong, on several occassion's in my life, while holding a loaded Gun, yet nobody was hurt. 4. I do not want to change your mind, I do not need to, for you are inconsequential. I speak to those, who already understand, what you never will, we have a Right to Defend ourselves, always have, always will. Long Live Freedom and Death to Tyrant's. 1775
Mark T November 05, 2012 at 05:19 AM
Yeah because the penalty for robbery should be death. Great idea Dan. Vigilante justice...it's the American way.
Dan Cox November 05, 2012 at 11:39 AM
Mark T, Vigilante Justice, you say... Chicago just went over 440 Murders this year, and at one time, it was almost 1000. You wish to protect those who DO harm, yet you leave their victim's unarmed and defenseless. That is an oppression of the good law abiding citizen's. The Right to Bear Arm's, is about self Defense. If you are okay with people threatening your life, so they can Rob you, you need to get some help! Love, kindness and forgiveness are all very good quality's. I have a Wfe and 5 Children to take care of, I love them very much, and they depend on me. If some Crackhead/Meth-junky pulls out a Knife on me, and tells me to give him my wallet and phone, I will not trust him, to not Kill me. They Kill people, to eliminate the witness. The Robber makes a consciense choice to commit Armed Robbery, they threaten a person's life, in order to Rob them. Self Defense is not being a Vigilante, self defense is a Right, and is the best way to deter crime. Criminals love an unarmed, defenseless victim as their prey. Why give them, what they want, defend yourself and say no... say NO, to the Rapist, Mugger, Car Jacker, Murderer. I do, and it is great to see the look in their eye's, when they are looking down the barrel of a loaded gun. If they will not call off the attack and still try to Kill you, then by all means, end it, it is either you, or them. You can Die as a victim, if you wish Mark T. As for me, my Family needs me to survive the encounter and I have every Right to.
John R November 15, 2012 at 04:12 PM
I would suggest that we just put in an application to build a kiosk that distributes free pizza and iphones to young men who are too lazy to get get real jobs (I think this could actually reduce crime rates in Evanston), but that would be a waste of time since i already know a group of Evanstonians would just band together to block it's construction.


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