Well-Known Chicago Carjacker Kills Young Black Female Cop after Repeatedly Getting Charges Dropped

A young black female cop has been killed in Chicago after George Soros-funded Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx kept dropping charges against the suspects from their earlier run-ins with the law.

Chicago Police Officer Areanah Preston was murdered by several thugs who should have been in prison rather than roaming the streets.

Trevell Breeland, 19, Joseph Brooks, 19, and Jakwon Buchanan, 18, have been charged with Preston’s murder.

A 16-year-old male, who will be charged as an adult but has not been named, will also be charged for her murder.

All four suspects had juvenile arrest warrants said Interim Chicago Police Supt. Eric Carter.

“These individuals went out looking for victims in the overnight hours of Friday into Saturday morning and are connected to multiple robberies in a motor vehicle theft earlier that morning,” Carter said.

At least one of the killers is of one the most prolific and well-known carjackers in Chicago.

But Kim Foxx kept dropping the charges and letting these career criminal thugs out.

“I’m not surprised at all,” said the nearby resident.

“He’s a typical thug who has been in and out of jail.

“I hope he didn’t kill that lady, but I’m glad he’s off the streets.

“There’s always one bad apple. And he was the bad one.”

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According to The Chicago Sun-Times:

Court records show the man’s first adult arrest came in July 2021 when he was caught with a gun equipped with an extended magazine after police responded to a ShotSpotter alert and stopped a car in Grand Crossing.

While in custody, he spat on a cop and tried to kick another officer, according to police records. The charges were dropped in November 2021.

Less than a week later, he was arrested again after allegedly throwing his mother and two televisions down the stairs of their Auburn Gresham home and flattening one of her car tires, according to court records.

A protective order was granted, but the charges were eventually stricken last December.

As that case was pending, he was indicted in June 2022 on felony gun charges, records show.

He pleaded guilty to a single count of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon in January and was sentenced to two years probation and 50 hours of community service.

He was also arrested last September when tactical officers forced their way into a home in the 11200 block of South Indiana Avenue, and he was found sleeping near a “ghost” gun with an extended magazine, records show. The charge was dropped days later.

The National Association of Colored Women’s Club issued a statement that said:

“We are deeply saddened by the news of our very own Fed Aréanah Preston.

“At just 24 she was not only a Federated woman, but just received her second degree.

“Aréanah was a light who smile brightened any room.

“She continued to lift as she climbed by serving and protecting her community as a Chicago Police Officer for the last three years.

“Aréanah had plans of reconnecting back to the Federation and continued to show love and support to everyone.

“She will truly be missed as the light that she was.

“This is something that none of us ever thought of, or prepared for.

“I ask that you pray for all of us during this time.

“For those that knew her, and for those that are just learning of her today.

“A Fed, is a sister no matter how well you know her.

“Sending my love and support to her Bond Sisters, Fed Family, her Membership Chairman, and all those who were privileged to know her personally.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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