Monday, October 1, 2012
Jacob Lynn still does not know if he will be indicted for possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Lynn lives in house where Norris and Mahoney are charged with home invasion.
A Highland Park teenager who lives in the home allegedly invaded by Josh Norris and Joseph Mahoney of Deerfield and is charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to sell will wait a little longer to learn if he will be indicted or face a preliminary hearing. Jacob Lynn, 17, of Highland Park was arrested by Highland Park Police Aug. 17 two weeks after Mahoney and Norris were charged with invading the Parkside Drive home where Lynn resides. Norris and Mahoney were indicted for home invasion and other crimes Sept. 12. Earlier: Highland Park Teen From Burgled Home Arrested for Dealing Drugs “It’s 100 percent within the discretion of the (Lake County) State’s Attorney,” Lynn attorney Sheldon Sorosky told Patch after a status hearing …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
What will prosecutors show about the relationship between alleged offenders and teen victim?
A lot has happened in the lives of Deerfield teenagers Joseph Mahoney and Josh Norris since they were charged with invading the Highland Park home where Jacob Lynn, 17, resides as the legal situation begins to unfold for all three. Two weeks after Norris and Mahoney were arrested for home invasion, burglary and other counts; Lynn was booked for possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Patch has a complete listing of all stories about the event. Here are some highlights: For news about Deerfield and Highland Park in your mailbox every day, subscribe to the Patch newsletter. For more news and updates, like Highland Park and Deerfield Patch on Facebook.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Joseph Mahoney is scheduled for arraignment in Waukegan.
One of two Deerfield teenage criminal suspects charged as adults for burglaries in Highland Park and Deerfield makes his first court appearance at 1:30 p.m. Monday for a scheduled arraignment in Lake County Court in Waukegan. Joseph Mahoney and Josh Norris, both 17, of Deerfield were originally arrested August 3 for home invasion when they allegedly entered a Highland Park home on the 3000 block of Parkside. They were also charged with illegally entering a Deerfield residence August 2 to take the gun used in the August 3 events. Mahoney is scheduled to appear in court Monday. Norris first appeared in court August 15 when his case was continued to Sept. 27 at 9 a.m. in Waukegan, according to Assistant Lake County State’s Attorney Ari Fisz. …
Sunday, August 26, 2012
In the last week, Lynn’s ties to Norris and Mahoney are disclosed by Mahoney’s lawyer and the source of the gun becomes known.
Nearly a month after Joseph Mahoney and Josh Norris, both 17, of Deerfield were charged as adults in a Highland Park home invasion August 2, their relationship with one of the residents of the house as well as the source of the gun used has become known. On Friday, Deerfield Police told Patch Norris and Mahoney gained access to a Deerfield home through a ruse August 1, the right before the Highland Park burglary, to obtain the shot gun Mahoney used when he allegedly broke into the home on Parkside in Highland Park. On Tuesday, Mahoney’s attorney, Chris Cronson, told Patch one of the residents of the Highland Park home, Jacob Lynn, was a source of marijuana supply to Norris and Mahoney. A few days before that on August 17, Lynn was charged …
Friday, August 24, 2012
Josh Norris and Joseph Mahoney used a ruse to gain entry to a Deerfield home and take a gun the night before the Highland Park home invasion, according to police.
Police say that the Deerfield teens who were charged with breaking into a Highland Park home Aug. 2 stole the shotgun used during the break-in the night before from a Deerfield home, In the gun case, Josh Norris and Joseph Mahoney were both charged Aug. 3 with residential burglary, a Class 1 Felony, and misdemeanor theft by Deerfield Police for allegedly taking the gun Mahoney used when entering the Highland Park home in the 3000 block of Parkside. The information was released today by Deputy Deerfield Police Chief Rick Wilk.. Earlier: Deerfield Teens Charged in Highland Park Burglary The two 17-year-olds were charged as adults in both the Highland Park and Deerfield cases. According to Wilk, Norris and Mahoney went to a home in the 800 …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Jacob Lynn was a source of marijuana supply to Josh Norris and Joseph Mahoney, according to Mahoney’s lawyer.
A prior relationship existed between the two Deerfield teens charged with burglarizing a Highland Park house Aug. 3 and a 17-year-old resident of the home, according to the attorney for one of the suspects. Joseph Mahoney and Josh Norris, both 17, of Deerfield, were charged with breaking into a Highland Park home in the 3000 block of Parkside Aug. 3 where Jacob Lynn, 17, lives. Lynn was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to sell Friday stemming from the police investigation into the burglary. Earlier: Highland Park Teen From Burgled Home Arrested for Dealing Drugs “It came out at the bond hearing (for Norris and Mahoney) that he (Lynn) was a previous source of supply for marijuana,” Mahoney's lawyer Chris Cronson said. “They …