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An 18-year-old Minneapolis man described by investigators as having “a lengthy juvenile delinquency history involving assault and weapons offenses” is now on the run after the judge who presided over the Kim Potter trial released him to attend a funeral – only for him to not come back.
Shevirio Kavirion Childs-Young is the subject of a fresh arrest warrant ordered by Judge Regina Chu for “failing to return to Hennepin County Jail after temporary release,” according to court documents obtained by Alpha News.
The article goes on to state the following:
Prior records indicate Childs-Young was released at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 3 “to attend [a] family member’s funeral” and was supposed to return to jail three hours later.
According to the criminal complaint, Childs-Young is a Black man with seven different alias name versions and two different dates of birth.
The most recent case involves an incident that occurred on Nov. 30, when Childs-Young was traveling in a vehicle with two other people and two small children. The vehicle was pulled over by a Hennepin County Sheriff’s deputy, who then smelled the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
A loaded firearm was discovered on the floor of the vehicle, and Childs-Young attempted to escape by assaulting the officer, and at one point yelled to another passenger to “Get him!”
Alpha News reported the following:
Juvenile criminal history information is private so the details of Childs-Young’s past are unknown. However, records from his adult life describe Childs-Young as someone with a “lengthy juvenile delinquency history involving assault and weapons offenses.”
In August, he was charged with another count of illegal possession of a firearm. The judge who released Childs-Young back into the public is the same judge who presided over the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter.
After Potter was found guilty in her trial in the accidental shooting of Daunte Wright, her attorneys begged for her to be allowed to remain free at home until her sentencing, noting she is not a danger to the public and it was Christmas time. Judge Chu was unbending, ordering Potter sent directly to jail.
Now Judge Chu has allowed a Black man with a lengthy criminal history to be set free to attend a funeral. As of Tuesday, Childs-Young is still on the loose.
Judge Regina Chu declined to release Kim Potter while she awaits sentencing, despite arguments from Potter’s attorneys that she poses no “danger to the public whatsoever.” https://t.co/riP3OrQLIh
— Alpha News (@AlphaNewsMN) January 7, 2022
Kim Potter judge releases criminal for funeral – then he goes missinghttps://t.co/YAAHR2PpOr
— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 11, 2022
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