Off to Prison for Woodstock Robber

A press release from McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally:

ANDRES L. HERNANDEZ SENTENCED TO DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ON CLASS 1 AGGRAVATED ROBBERY OFFENSE

Andres Hernandez

Patrick D. Kenneally, McHenry County State’s Attorney, announces that Andres L. Hernandez, age 22, pled guilty to the offense of Aggravated Robbery, a Class 1 Felony, following a negotiated plea on May 9, 2018, before the Honorable James S. Cowlin.

Hernandez was sentenced to 7½ years in the Illinois Department of Corrections and ordered to pay restitution.

In October 2016, Hernandez and a co-defendant confronted the male victim in the parking lot of Super Market La Trinidad, 1230 Davis Road, Woodstock.

While displaying a firearm the two men struck the victim in the head, and took his wallet and cellular telephone.

This case was prosecuted by Assistant State’s Attorney Victor Escarcida of the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.


Comments

Off to Prison for Woodstock Robber — 27 Comments

  1. Mr. Hernandez, please don’t beat up on Bob Miller when he joins you behind bars!

  2. Yo esse, say hola to Ernesto Godinez … because we care.

    \Build that wall, and build it tall – si se puede !

  3. Terrible crime committed by a bad guy.

    cal loves to find brown folks who do bad things then toss the red meat to the crew so they can hang onto their small thoughts from their old minds.

    I just need a couple more of the Tiki clan to weigh in to know all is well in cal-land.

  4. If the State’s Attorney sends out a press release I almost always print it.

    Needless to say, I have nothing to do with the color of the person’s skin, even if my name is Skinner.

  5. So, are you saying that the SA is the one who throws your Klan their sounding boards.

    Naw.

    It’s you, cal.

    You are the one who feeds them.

    Such a little guy to hide behind such a weak statement.

    “just doing what I’m told”, is not an excuse for your not-so hidden agendas.

  6. @Tom. . .

    So are you saying this is racist or raw meat for the hordes if the Northwest Herald prints the release?

    Seemed to be a factual release, but it’s racist because the offender happens to be Hispanic?

    If that’s the problem, Bunky, perhaps we’re merely defining reverse discrimination.

  7. The eyes tell the story of the walking brain dead. Hey, Not? Are you getting the picture of the zombies yet?

  8. No, the readers of this blog are racist.

    If he was white ya’ll wouldn’t be making comments about the “Wall”.

    Every single time a Latino is featured on this blog, the racists are out in full force.

    EVERY TIME.

  9. To be fair… Cal does share a lot of states attorney releases.

    But the racist a-holes on this blog only comment with their racist BS when the person is black or brown.

  10. Thank you McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick D. Kenneally for protecting our county after suffering from years of shenanigans and unprofessionalism, you have brought back honor to the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.

  11. His ethnic background is as irrelevant as his sexual identity or preference.

  12. Racist ? I’m just trying to get him home. Warren, Alabama, and Tom, you useless liberal crybabies. We are missing Angel, the head douchebag.

  13. Be the first on your block to own your very own M1911.

    Secretary of the Army just released 8,000 to the CMP to sell to qualified purchasers by lottery. Field Grade $1050. Special serials to be auctioned.

    Start packing Illinois.

  14. Service grades are $1050
    Field grades are $950
    Rack grades are $850

    I won’t be a buyer at those prices. You can get a pretty nice NIB 1911 for less than the cost of a rack grade, and those WW2 vintage Colts were nothing special. They will mostly go to people interested in a collector’s item rather than a shooter.

    The CMP M1 Garands are a bargain by comparison, because you can’t get anything similar on the commercial market for anywhere near the same price.

  15. I think I could use a proofreader for my posts.

    Posting on Job Boards.

  16. Eric C–prosecuting slam dunk cases are nothing.

    Where is SA Kenneally on the Algonquin Twp Case/Bob Miller
    Theft……appears dodging case.

    Let’s tell him what we think.

    I think he needs to do his job!

  17. Get it [email protected]

    I agree with you that McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick D. Kenneally should indicate Bob Miller.

    However, Bob Miller needs to be investigated for his crimes.

    Unfortunately, Sheriff Bill Prim refuses to investigate Bob Miller.

  18. Sunshine commenters here are not racist. Don’t you know they have a Hispanic friend? Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meow, meow, meeeeeoooooowwwwwww…

  19. You realize that Sheriff Bill Prim supported Miller for re-election and, because of that thinks it wold be improper for him to investigate the former Algonquin Township Road Commissioner.

  20. Sounds a lot like Bill traveled to close to the sun. Bring on three months of boring news(again)!

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