Why do you have to be at least 15 years old to take a sightseeing tour in Chicago?

It was April 30, 2019, when the group of sightseers, including a young couple, were preparing to leave their apartment on the city’s West Side when they encountered a line of police.

The pair was stopped at a checkpoint by police officers who were responding to reports of suspicious behavior.

They were arrested for violating the terms of their release, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Police say the officers were unable to find the suspects, and the couple was charged with “misdemeanor resisting arrest,” which carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

They’re appealing the case.

After the arrest, the couple’s lawyer says the couple is “disappointed” and is “still in the process of finding a lawyer.”

Watch CBS Chicago’s full report on the arrest here:In another case in October, a man who was arrested for allegedly resisting arrest in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood was released from custody after his attorney submitted a motion to have the charge dismissed.”

We are confident they will be vindicated and we’re hopeful that the case will be resolved.”

Watch CBS Chicago’s full report on the arrest here:In another case in October, a man who was arrested for allegedly resisting arrest in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood was released from custody after his attorney submitted a motion to have the charge dismissed.

The case was not filed because the man had a valid court order to remain at home for a probationary period, according a Chicago Police Department news release at the time.

The man was charged on November 11, 2019 with a misdemeanor resisting arrest and released from jail.