JP man gets stolen bike back - after getting punched in the head

TiradoBoston Police report that when a bicycle rider stopped into Alex's Chimi Restaurant in Hyde Square for some food Friday evening and spotted some guy riding away on his bike, he ran after him - and caught up with him:

As officers got closer, officers observed the male chasing behind the bike (the victim) take a punch to the head just before he regained control of the bicycle.

Carlos Tirado, 24, was charged with armed robbery for the incident shortly after 6 p.m.

Innocent, etc.

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Really not surprised

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Tirado's a little mama's boy. Has been since grade school, probably always will be. He's been pulling little punk crap like this for a while and still manages to hide behind mama and abuela's skirts every time. I'm guessing that punch he threw felt like a gnat sneeze and I hope the bike rider gave him a Krypto lock to the head for the trouble.

Seriously, what a little clown. There are a bunch of people who've wanted to give that kid a beating for years. Will be sad if someone beat us to it.

Heh heh!

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Either this:

I hope the bike rider gave him a Krypto lock to the head for the trouble.

or a kick to the cajones, if possible.

Yeah I bet yall being trynna

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Yeah I bet yall being trynna find him to whoop his butt I daré all see what happens

UN-armed robbery

not armed, according to the police report you linked to. (Or did it change after you linked to it?)

Though I'm not sure really how it's a robbery at all. From the description, it sounds like a theft followed by an assault & battery.

Never leave a bike unlocked when running into a store! Even just locking a wheel to the frame would have prevented this ride-away theft.

What to lock up?

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Yes, locking a wheel to the frame would have prevented this ride-away theft. Locking the perp in a cage would have prevented it, too.

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Welcome to America!

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Here, we don't lock up people before they do anything wrong...well, we didn't before 9/11 and indefinite detention was sanctified at Guantanamo Bay...ok, at least not since the 1940s anyways. So, I guess I can see why you might be confused with all of the conflicting actions of our federal government. Anyhow, on the more local level, you only get locked in a cage after a trial where we determine that you did something against the law. You can't prevent a crime that hasn't happened yet without locking us all up.

Innocent, etc.

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Why would you feel that it's pertinent to make it without any evidence that he ever committed a crime worth jail time before?

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