Chicago Police Arrest Woman Who Live-Streamed Her Looting Video To Facebook


A woman who took videos of herself looting a Chicago high-end store who yelled “I can’t breathe” was arrested by Chicago police and charged for looting, according to Chicago’s CBS affiliate.

In the video, posted on social media, Taeshia Rochon is seen walking through the high-end department store saying she is searching for a tool to remove security tags.

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Chicago police reportedly arrested a woman Monday for allegedly posting videos of herself looting stores in the early hours of Aug. 10.

Police arrested 22-year-old Taeshia Rochon after receiving a tip as a result of their Looting Task Force, according to Chicago’s CBS affiliate.

Police charged the woman with two felony counts of burglary and two felony counts of looting, CBS reported. More

I can hear this chick now – crying and screaming about how unfair her arrest is since there were hundreds of others involved. Too bad sweetheart, nobody else was stupid enough to live stream their crimes on Facebook.

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