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Aurora Man Charged With String of Armed Robberies
DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin and Aurora Chief of Police Kristen Ziman announced today that bond has been set for an Aurora man accused of robbing six fast food restaurants in Aurora and Naperville. Yesterday afternoon, Judge Robert Miller set bond at $550,000 with 10% to apply for Cord Greenwall, 27 (d.o.b. 5/27/1988) of 221 Hill Avenue.
In early February, 2016, officers with the Aurora Police Department began an investigation into a recent rash of robberies that appeared to be related. Through the course of their investigation, officers were led to Greenwall as a possible suspect. It is alleged that in each instance Greenwall entered the restaurant and that once inside the restaurant Greenwall demanded money from the cash register from an employee. It is further alleged that in each instance, Greenwall then fled the scene. In all, Greenwall is accused of robbing the following locations, all located in DuPage County:
Papa John’s, 3015 E. New York Street, Aurora – February 15, 2016
Subway, 2916 Ogden Avenue, Aurora – February 17, 2016
Dunkin Donuts, 1237 N. Eola Road, Aurora – February 18, 2016
Papa John’s, 1220 W. Ogden Avenue, Naperville – February 20, 2016
Subway, 2916 Ogden Avenue, Aurora – February 27, 2016
Burger King, 2333 Ogden Avenue, Aurora – February 29, 2016
“It is alleged that within a two-week period, Mr. Greenwall entered six separate businesses intent on robbery,” Berlin said. “Thankfully no one was hurt at any of the establishments victimized in Mr. Greenwall’s alleged one-man crime spree. Through the outstanding collaborative work of several law enforcement agencies, Mr. Greenwall was identified as a subject and taken into custody. I would like to thank the Aurora, Naperville and St. Charles Police Departments for their cooperative efforts in this case and ultimate apprehension of Mr. Greenwall. I would also like to thank Assistant State’s Attorneys Kristin Johnston and Megan McGuire-Bachman for their efforts in preparing a strong case against Mr. Greenwall.”
“The resolution of these robberies is an outstanding example of officers from every division within the Aurora Police Department working together, gathering and sharing intelligence, and aggressively using that information to hold an alleged offender accountable,” Ziman said. “The teamwork extended outside Aurora’s borders to the Naperville and St. Charles police departments who were also instrumental in identifying the suspect. Because of this shared common goal among dozens of officers, Aurora’s streets are safer.”
Greenwall has been charged with four counts of Aggravated Robbery (Class 1 Felony), two counts of Robbery (Class 2 Felony.) His next court appearance is scheduled for March 15, 2016, in front of Judge Daniel Guerin. The investigation in the case against Mr. Greenwall continues.