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Friday, August 13, 2010

Man jumps From 3rd Floor Window To Avoid Paying Child Support


Man jumps From 3rd Floor Window To Avoid Paying Child Support

A Near North Side man who has a criminal record that includes 80 convictions and 14 arrests is hospitalized with two broken legs & other injuries after having jumped out of a third floor window to elude arrest on a warrant for unpaid child support. Apparently, Ronald "Boobie" McIntyre was wanted for failure to pay $5,979.66 in court-ordered support for his children. Deputies with the Cook County Sheriff's Child Support Enforcement Unit attempted to take McIntyre into custody Tuesday afternoon. When they arrived at a third floor apartment where they heard he was staying, they announced their office and were greeted by a woman who said she didn't know where he could be found, the release said. But she invited them inside and as they searched the premises, a juvenile pointed to a window. The deputies walked to that window, looked down and saw McIntyre lying on the ground below. Though it appeared he landed on grass, it was actually artificial turf covering concrete that he landed on. Deputies ran downstairs, but a wrought iron security gate prevented them from immediately arresting McIntyre, who was still attempting to elude them by crawling away, the release said. Deputies ordered him to give them his wrist to be cuffed, but he replied by cursing at them. However, McIntyre landed close enough to the gate and struggled to move, so deputies were able to reach through the gate, grab his wrist and handcuff him to the fence until building security arrived to unlock it. An ambulance was called and deputies learned McIntyre suffered multiple compound fractures to both legs, among other injuries. He remains hospitalized Wednesday, but a judge ordered him to remain free until his next court date, which is set for Oct. 19. Records show this was not Ronald's first encounter with police. He has been convicted of assault 21 times, obstructing justice 39 times and has 20 more convictions for invasion of privacy, according to the sheriff's office.


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