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Marion makes arrest of Robinson man; was charged with leaving baby in the cold in 2014, Lawrence County

Posted by on Friday, August 16th, 2019 @ 3:27 pm.

Jarrad Armour, from the 2014 Lawrenceville arrest

MARION, Ill. – Marion Police reports indicate that a guy formerly of Lawrence and currently of Crawford County, who first came to the attention of Disclosure in 2014 with a child endangerment issue, has been arrest in that Williamson County city.

Jarrad Armour, now 27 and claiming to be from Robinson in Crawford County, was arrested on a count of Criminal Trespass to Property in the 100 block of North Court Street earlier today, Friday, August 16, 2019.

Armour and his babymomma at the time, Andrea Armour, were the subjects of this set of articles surrounding a case that developed at about 4 a.m. the morning of March 11, 2014, when police were dispatched to their location as the result of a report that their baby had been abducted out of their vehicle in the middle of Lawrenceville.

Turns out the two, both of them stoned on whatever substances they had ingested at the time (they were subsequently charged with meth possession), were so whacked that they had left their baby outside Walmart in a car seat/carrier a couple of hours earlier, and either simply hadn’t remembered that this had occurred, or they were trying to cover over for their neglect.

Jarrad Armour went on to get arrested for crimes in various other Illinois locations (with reported Indiana incidents as well, although we don’t have record of those; this info comes from family members, who also advised of juvenile offenses dating back several years), and one of those locations continues to be Marion in Williamson County.

This most recent arrest comes on the heels of a conviction of Criminal Trespass to Residence, a misdemeanor count that was pled down on July 15 from Class 1 felony Residential Burglary. Since that’s July 15 of THIS year, and Armour was on two years of Conditional Discharge at the time of today’s arrest, this likely won’t sit well with prosecutor Brandon Zanotti.

An arraignment on the current charge has already been scheduled for October 3, 2019…which will give Armour adequate time to screw up again, as he’s out on a $3,000 recog (no money posted) bond with a caution to have no contact with EZ Rental in Marion.

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