65 PEOPLE ARRESTED DURING DOMESTIC BATTERY WARRANT SWEEP
Thursday, July 21, 2016 — Cook County Sheriff’s officers have arrested 65 people in domestic violence warrants sweep, Sheriff Thomas J. Dart said today.
The operation began Tuesday morning and concluded Friday morning. Over this 72+ hour stretch, dozens of members of the Sheriff’s Central Warrant Unit fanned out across Cook County targeting those with outstanding warrants for domestic abuse, many of whom are previous offenders.
Highlights from this week’s sweep include:
- Alexis Sierra of Chicago, for whom the domestic battery victim was a 2 year-old child.
- Stanley Lofton of Chicago, for whom this marks his 61st arrest.
- Robert Hampton of Chicago, for whom this marks his fifth domestic battery arrest.
- Ronald Skipper of Chicago, for whom this was his 57th arrest – 17 of which are felonies. Skipper has been charged with offences including rape, burglary, unlawful use of a weapon, attempting to disarm a police officer and several drug offences.
While the operation was focused on those charged with domestic assault, it also yielded 27 supplementary arrests – which are incorporated into the 65 arrest total. Included in the collateral arrests were Jianzhi Zheng of Chicago (wanted on the charge of aggravated assault with a gun) and Dolton-based Terry Strickland of Dolton (wanted on an Indiana warrant for child molestation).
Active criminal warrants in Cook County may be searched on the Sheriff’s website, www.cookcountysheriff.org under the “Quick Links” section.
To provide additional information on the whereabouts of any wanted individual listed on the website contact the Central Warrant Unit, 24 hours a day at 312-491-6715.