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Saturday, 10 April 2010

Northwest Herald | Gang members sentenced for Huntley car shooting

Northwest Herald | Gang members sentenced for Huntley car shooting: "Mahood Roohani, who police said was a gang member, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon in exchange for the sentence and for prosecutors dropping several other felony charges.
If convicted of armed violence, the most serious charge he previously faced, Roohani could have been sentenced to between six and 30 years in prison.
McHenry County Assistant State’s Attorney Michael Combs declined to comment on whether Roohani fired the shot that struck a 1995 Chevrolet Blazer with five people inside April 23.
Charges remain pending against Scott M. Treece, 22, of Lake in the Hills. Treece’s case is due in court April 15.
Shortly after the incident, Huntley police said Roohani and Treece tried to rob five people who allegedly were selling drugs from an SUV parked behind Armanetti’s Liquor Store at 9714 Route 47.
Police said the pair wore bandanas over their faces as they approached the SUV, and Roohani used a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun to shoot the SUV’s windshield as the driver tried to leave. No one was injured.
Roohani will receive credit for the time he spent in custody since April 26 while his case was pending.
He was on parole for a 2008 residential burglary conviction from Kane County at the time of the incident"



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