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Chicago person with jiu-jitsu black belt pins alleged thief who punched 7-Eleven worker: report


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A Chicago guy with a 3rd-degree Gracie jiu-jitsu black belt pinned an alleged thief who attacked a 7-Eleven personnel past week and waited for police to arrive, a community report explained.

Idriz Redzovic, who has 22 decades of training and owns the Supreme Academy of Jiu-Jitsu in Lincoln Park, was purchasing 7-Eleven Slurpees for his kids when he seen a person harassing patrons outside the retail store, FOX32 Chicago noted.

“After I saw him truly link and hit the worker in his head, I jumped in, grabbed him like I do in training in this article, place him down, flattened him like a pancake and then I tied him up like a pretzel in a placement identified as ‘Gift Wrap’ or ‘Twisting Arm Regulate,’” Redzovic advised the station.

Redzovic recorded parts of the incident on Fb Are living. Footage exhibits him pinning down the suspect for 18 minutes until eventually police arrived and made the arrest, according to the station. 

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The alleged thief, recognized as 30-12 months-aged Christopher Cruz, can be heard pleading with the 3rd-degree black belt to let him go.

Idriz Redzovic recorded video showing him keeping the suspect pinned until police arrived at the 7-Eleven in Chicago last week.

Idriz Redzovic recorded online video displaying him trying to keep the suspect pinned until finally police arrived at the 7-Eleven in Chicago last week.
(FOX32 Chicago WFLD / Chicago Law enforcement Department)

Redzovic replies: “No, I’m not permitting you go, you have been harassing those girls and then you swung at that 7-Eleven worker.”

Police claimed Cruz experienced stolen items from the retail outlet before that day and returned, prompting the 19-year-old personnel to inquire him to go away. Cruz then allegedly hit the employee.

Idriz Redzovic has 22 years of training and owns the Supreme Academy of Jiu-Jitsu in Lincoln Park.

Idriz Redzovic has 22 many years of coaching and owns the Supreme Academy of Jiu-Jitsu in Lincoln Park.
(FOX32 Chicago WFLD)

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Cruz was billed with two misdemeanor counts of retail theft and battery. 

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