Thursday, February 23, 2012

Jason “J-Rock” Austin who was once charged with killing off-duty Chicago police Officer Richard Soto and Kathryn Romberg guilty on drug charges

PHOTO: Murdered victims Richard Soto and Kathryn Romberg


A reputed gang member who was once implicated in the killing of a Chicago police officer – only to have those charges later dropped -- was found guilty today by a federal jury on drug charges.

Prosecutors said Jason “J-Rock” Austin was overseeing a 24-hour heroin and crack market at Kedzie Avenue and Ohio Street known as “KO.”

Austin was charged by Cook County prosecutors in 2008 for killing off-duty Chicago police Officer Richard Soto and Soto’s companion.

Prosecutors dropped the case a month later due to lack of evidence and problems with statements from witnesses.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now that's a face of an innocent man....

Henry Bowman said...

Bobby Soto was one of the best guys I ever worked with. He went to NY on his own dime after 9-11 and volunteered at the WTC.


God watch over him.......

Anonymous said...

Why is he still alive?

Anonymous said...

OT:

When did Naperville go black?? More and more I have been reading stories involving blacks from Naperville.

God bless King Daley for tearing down those projects and spreading the rats, the suburbs are reaping the benefits.

Anonymous said...

When did Naperville go black??

When the G decided that everyone deserves to live with the ghetto shit-kickers and the liberal white burbs welcomed them with open arms because they were afraid to say no!

Anonymous said...

Wonder why he looks so surprised?

Anonymous said...

Lynch the feral kaffir!

I Voted For Obama said...

Karma is a bitch. The Feds did what the ASA couldn't.

Anonymous said...

It's Detective Robert Soto!

Anonymous said...

Tales of the MULE!!