A 15-year-old Illinois native who allegedly beat, robbed, and sexually assaulted a woman was turned in by his very own mother, a court heard Thursday.
Deshawn Isabelle allegedly attacked a woman on the Chicago subway, punching her in the face, dragging her by her hair, and reaching down her pants to penetrate her before stealing her iPhone and $2000 from her purse, ABC 7 reports.
Isabelle, who reportedly threw the phone in a puddle and spent the cash on candy and Air Jordan jumpsuits, is in custody on a $1 million bond after his mother recognized him in a surveillance video and turned him in to police.
Isabelle and the victim two were alone on the blue line train when the incident occurred in the middle of the day, just around 3 p.m. Monday.
“She sat down and the offender attacked her from behind. He knocked her down to the ground and attacked her,” Det. Jackie Mok, Chicago Police Dept told ABC 7.
Isabelle is being charged as an adult for the robbery and aggravated criminal sexual assault, which left the victim hospitalized overnight with a concussion. Even though the mother turned her son in, she still had her protective instincts.
“Quit talking about that s— about my child,” she yelled at the bond hearing Thursday.