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Q1 2019 Recap: Parolees in Chicago convicted of crimes involving conspiracy or aiding and abetting

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By West Cook News | Jul 11, 2019

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There were two offenders convicted of crimes involving conspiracy or aiding and abetting released on parole in Chicago during the first quarter, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by the West Cook News.

The data shows that both of the released offenders in Chicago were women. The younger parolee was a 25-year-old woman sentenced in 2016. The other was a 33-year-old woman sentenced in 2018.

The offender who was incarcerated the longest was Daphne H. Starks. She was convicted of a crime involving conspiracy or aiding and abetting in 2018 when she was 32 years old. She is now 33.

Under state law, paroled offenders are still in legal custody of the IDOC, meaning they can be taken back to a correctional center at any time if the state has probable cause or a warrant.

The table below shows the cities in Illinois with the most paroled offenders in Q1 2019 who were convicted of crimes involving conspiracy or aiding and abetting.

Prisoners convicted of crimes involving conspiracy or aiding and abetting paroled in Q1 2019

City
Total # of Parolees
% Women
% Men
Median Age
Chicago
2
100%
0%
29
Rockford
1
0%
100%
24
Ullin
1
0%
100%
28

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