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Federal fight against carjackings brings tough sentences, but hurdles limit case count as violent heists mount in Chicago

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According to prosecutors, Jamar Jarvis and his co-defendants, Raynell Lanford, Jamaal Ashsaheed, Javion Bush, as well as a juvenile who was charged in Cook County, confronted the 47-year-old woman as she exited the garage behind her home. Jarvis pointed a gun at her head while Lanford demanded what she had with her, including the keys to her Lexus SUV.

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