Teen Attacked by Ski Mask-Wearing Former Friends: Police

Three people were charged with robbery, mob action and battery following the Nov. 16 incident outside a Plainfield gas station.

Jordan Edgar. Credit: Will County Sheriff's Office
Jordan Edgar. Credit: Will County Sheriff's Office
Two teenage girls wearing ski masks waited outside a Plainfield gas station for a former friend, then attacked her as she attempted to get into her car, police said.

Sgt. Mike Fisher said the victim, also a teenage girl, was coming out of the Citgo gas station at 15809 S. Route 59 at about 9:42 p.m. Saturday when the attack happened.

"The girl came out of the gas station and as she walked to her car, two girls in ski masks came around the side of her car and proceeded to put a beating on her," Fisher said. They also stole her purse, which contained a small amount of cash and makeup, he said.

Fisher said the victim had "previous dealings" with the two attackers, saying the three girls used to be friends. Although the attackers were wearing ski masks, Fisher said the victim recognized their voices. 

Following the attack, which left the victim with minor injuries, the two girls got into a car and left, police said. Plainfield police put out a message with the Illinois State Police Emergency Radio Network (ISPERN) with a description of the vehicle, which was stopped by Illinois State Police on Route 30 east of the Louis Joliet Mall.

Plainfield police arrested alleged attacker Jordan N. Edgar, 19, of the 0-100 block of Rockledge in Romeoville, who was booked into the Will County jail on charges of robbery, mob action and battery. A second attacker, a juvenile, was also arrested on the same charges, Fisher said.

A third alleged co-conspirator, Jamie Lugo, 19, of the 1400 block of Baltz Court in Joliet, is accused of driving the getaway car following the attack, according to police. 

Lugo is also charged with robbery, mob action and battery, as well as violating an order of protection, Fisher said. According to Will County court records, his alleged co-conspirator, Jordan Edgar, was granted an emergency order of protection against him in February. Three other plaintiffs are also listed with Edgar on the order, according to court records.

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Erica November 18, 2013 at 09:55 PM
Ahh, parents should be so proud . . .
JoAnn Argoudelis Edenburn November 18, 2013 at 10:09 PM
that gas station is...not going to last much longer
Nick November 19, 2013 at 10:01 AM
What a trasher
Nikki Rogus November 19, 2013 at 11:19 AM
Can't say this surprises me. Jordan has always been a psycho along with her friends who used to stalk me and bully me in high school. She needs to stay locked up in jail for awhile. I hope a big butch dyke teaches her a lesson.
Nicole November 19, 2013 at 02:44 PM
I would personally love to beat that smirk off that females face
itsmeray November 19, 2013 at 02:59 PM
The girl in the picture is very scarey looking. Teenage boys beware. Remember the Bobbit's. Any chance we can get her put in the same cell as the douche bag who ran over the 92 year old at the grocery store? These two deserve each other.
joe November 19, 2013 at 04:37 PM
To the kids that are being bullied. Take Karate lessons, do not tell anyone you are taking lesson. Do it with diligence so that the nest time some punk bullies you, and lays a hand on you, they will wake up in the ER wondering what the heck happened. Several years ago in Chicago, 3 punks from the hood jumped on a 63 yr old tiny oriental gentleman who was walking alone and demanded his money and watch. They picked on a guy who had a 9th degree black belt in Martial Arts. The Chicago Police couldn't stop laughing as the ambulance took all 3 battered, and bloodied punks to the ER. Justice is good.
susanzarbock28 November 19, 2013 at 10:11 PM
Why is it that a young ADULT does something stupid and automatically you want to blame the parents. I happen to know Jordan and her family VERY WELL!!! What SHE did HAS NOTHING to do with the way her parents raised her. She comes from a loving, caring, supportive home and this is NOT A REFELECTION OF THAT! It is in fact, Jordan making these choices! Jordan is an adult by age. She has made these mistakes and she will have to serve the consequences, but in no way is this her families doing. They have gone above and beyond to give her a wonderful life. They have supported her and stood beside her and to blame this on her parents is just plain wrong. I get it, she did something very stupid, and she should have to pay for that, but leave her family OUT OF IT!!!
long slong vuan hugen dong November 19, 2013 at 10:41 PM
To the victum: next time you hang out with you friends at there ho7se and you see ski mask beware to the people with the ugly pictures: you need to go up you still look like your 13. Try to look like ba in a mugshot cuz yo7 just look like an idiot. And take your videos off you dude it just make you look even trashier.
long slong vuan hugen dong November 19, 2013 at 10:44 PM
To the writer of the article: you spell as wrong I know dogs that write bettr
J. P. November 19, 2013 at 10:50 PM
I've known this girl who went to school with my daughter. And just like the the girl that was attacked and also the other girl that commented about being bullied by Jordan, they were former friends until she started bullying my daughter, and made it tough for my daughter to go to school everyday..... All I can say is Karma has finally caught up. And I know her mother and stepdad as well, they knew how Jordan was, just can't control her. Kids make their choices, and I hope she gets bullied in jail just as she bullied a lot of the girls in her school. Hope she finally learns her lesson!
Nikki Rogus November 20, 2013 at 08:36 AM
Jordan May be an adult and it was her choice, yes. But I wouldn't even doubt Jordan's mother knew of the plan before it happened. Her mother is complete trash and no different than a teen bully. She has driven jordAn along with the cheer team to vandalize my home. It seemed after Jordan's father passed (back in elementary school) that Jordan has had problems since. Very sad... But definitely has a part to do with the mother.
Nick November 20, 2013 at 12:50 PM
"long slong vuan hugen dong November 19, 2013 at 10:44 PM To the writer of the article: you spell as wrong I know dogs that write bettr" That's hysterically ironic
J. P. November 20, 2013 at 01:55 PM
I never said her mom knew she was going to attack the girl. I said that her mom and stepdad were aware that Jordan had issues. Yes, I am very aware of what they did to you Nikki and all the other girls. I didn't approve of what they did, but I also hear there were 2 sides to the story... And I'll leave it at that. I just hope that she finally learns her lesson while sitting in jail.
K.T. November 22, 2013 at 02:13 PM
This was a pre-hatched plan. Both were wearing dark hoodies in their mugshots. I don't think this was a stupid mistake. Jordan picked on my daughter too. I hope she gets help and turns herself around.
Sue Radeka Zarbock November 22, 2013 at 06:33 PM
Again, I am not saying Jordan is NOT to be blamed! She did this and deserves to serve her punishment. ALL I said was this is NOT HER PARENTS FAULT! IT IS HERS!!!
Nikki Rogus November 22, 2013 at 06:41 PM
LOL, hopefully she makes T-shirts saying 'free Jordan' as she did in high school...
Brooke November 25, 2013 at 10:35 PM
SUE Zarbock- yes her mother knows!!!! I live in her sub division and witnessed the bullying take place on two occasions while her mother was there watching! I'd like to see her come around now and bully, she's 18, now parents can step in since mom doesn't do her job! Way to go mom, keep up the stellar work!
just me December 02, 2013 at 04:43 PM
Parents are supposed to teach their children to grow up to be decent human beings. If her parents, did not do this (Im sorry her father passed), then they are liable. Since the parents did not do their job, the penile system will.
Lucy December 26, 2013 at 10:21 PM
Sorry Susanzarbock, the way young people are IS a reflection on how they were raised. Not saying her parents aren't good people but I really find it hard to believe that parents who are on top of their children and what they do, etc. can have a child end up like this. I can see how at a certain age they go in a different direction but truly caring parents would never allow this. This behavior didn't happen overnight. No one knows what goes on behind closed doors. There are a lot of people who appear to be good parents and then you find out dad is a drunk and mom is never around.
Dragonfly December 28, 2013 at 07:05 PM
Sounds like this girl is a real winner. Probably been bailed out of trouble over and over and over again by her loving parents. Failure to experience consequences leads to having eventually to pay the piper. Maybe not though. She fits the description of a psychopath and there really isn't any help for that besides removal from normal society. Very sorry to the long list of her victims.
madi January 07, 2014 at 01:41 AM
The actual worst part about is everyone warned Jamie about being around her since he just got out of jail on her false attempt to saying he raped her and like we said she put him back behind bars again


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