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Arrest Made in Armed Robbery of Domino’s Pizza, 1450 W. Main St.

Investigation Aided by Tips from the Public


A West Chicago man was charged with Armed Robbery (Class X felony), and Aggravated Robbery (Class 1 felony), in relation to the Armed Robbery at Domino’s Pizza, 1450 W. Main St.  

Arrested: Jonah A. De Leon, M/H, 19 years of age of the 600 block of S. Neltnor Blvd. West Chicago, Illinois 60185.

On Wednesday, December 27, 2017, at 12:17 AM, officers responded to 1450 W. Main St, Domino’s Pizza, for a report of an armed robbery. The employees reported the offender entered the front door, displayed a black handgun and demanded cash. The victim/employee handed over the cash as well as a cell phone as demanded by the offender.

The offender fled westbound toward N. 15th St on foot. Officers checked the area and a K9 from the Aurora Police Department responded to assist. The offender was not located.

On Tuesday January 30, 2018, after a joint investigation, Detectives from the St. Charles Police Department and the West Chicago Police Department took De Leon into custody. A search warrant was executed on his residence and vehicle. During the execution, officers located items of evidence that linked De Leon to the Domino’s robbery. The investigation was also helped by members of the public who called in tips after seeing surveillance photos of the crime that had been posted on social media by both agencies.

All Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

created Feb 01, 2018 updated Mar 02, 2018