Catch and Release
Posted on July 22, 2014
A vast majority of ‘honor students’ who are arrested for shootings and/or homicides have lengthy rap sheets appended to their stellar report cards. Previous infractions range from the minor, like petty theft or pot, all the way up to murder.
Back in August we penned one of our more popular posts of the year. Not because it was so well written but because of the title, “I have a gun in my ass”. The star of the article, Kreepy, was busted for hiding a defaced .22 in his ass. Now fast forward to today and Kreepy has moved on to bigger and better things, like first degree murder.
“Prosecutors described how Marco Alvarado [Kreepy], 21, and another man approached Jacob Klepacz, 32, and his friend in the 1500 block of West Fullerton Avenue on April 28, around 3:55 a.m., after the two had left a Wrigleyville bar.
Alvarado punched Klepacz’s friend and the other attacker punched Klepacz, Assistant State’s Attorney Colleen Rogers said in court.
When both victims fell to the ground, the two punched and stomped the victims before taking their cell phones, money and a drivers’ licenses, according to prosecutors.
Klepacz’s injuries rendered him unconscious and his friend called police. Klepacz, of the 1200 block of North Noble Street, was pronounced dead at 4:21 a.m. that morning at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center.”
Once again, thanks to Cook County’s “Catch & Release” or the ever popular “Hug a Thug” program, another innocent, non-combatant is dead at the hands of a lifelong jagoff.