After a man from Chicago lied to his mother about being robbed, he wound up in jail.
On Oct. 13, shortly after 5 p.m., Clyde Glover, 55, of Chicago, claimed someone took $19 from his shirt pocket at gunpoint at McDonald's, according to Evergreen Park police, after his mother lent him the money to get something to eat.
Glover's mother was at Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers, and he returned to the hospital and told his mother he'd been robbed, police said.
officers were dispatched to the McDonald’s in the 2600 block of West 95th Street.
Police said Glover went to the hospital “to check on his mother, and after checking on her, he went outside and requested police” so he could tell them he was robbed.
“After informing officers that he was robbed, he changed his story three different times,” said police, before admitting he was never robbed and made up the whole story.
Glover had given the money to someone he owed a debt to, police said. Police charged Glover with attempt at disorderly conduct.
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