Monday, March 29, 2021

Technically, the judge was not 'carjacked'

And CBS2, which was among the outlets reporting the unnamed judge's misfortune, corrected the text of its article when it updated this story late Saturday. (Some initial accounts said the judge had been carjacked.)

According to the story, the judge "was near a business on the 3400 block of South Ashland Avenue around 11:55 a.m., when someone got into her car and fled the scene, after she left the key fob inside the vehicle." The ABC7 account (above) suggests the judge was pumping gas when the car was stolen.


Anonymous said...

SOJ, lol.

Anonymous said...

The crime of AVH can be proven uo if the car was taken on or about the person.

It can be charged as AVH.