WAUKEGAN, Unwell. (TOC) — On Wednesday morning, the accused gunman within the Highland Park parade tragedy is due in court docket.
Bobby Crimo III, 21, has been indicted on 117 counts after he allegedly killed seven folks and wounded at the very least 30 others.
Investigators have mentioned he deliberate the assault for weeks, possibly even months.
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Crimo will probably be again in court docket only a week after a grand jury indicted him on 117 counts, all of which embody felony costs of homicide, tried homicide and aggravated battery.
Individuals damage within the capturing ranged from 8 to 80 years outdated, together with 8-year-old Cooper Roberts, who was paralyzed from the waist down when the capturing severed his backbone.
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Because the mourning and restoration continues, the Highland Park group is continuous to rely upon one another to make it by way of this. A Nationwide Evening Out Tuesday highlighted that unity.
“This group, who from the second this tragedy occurred has labored collectively, shoulder-to-shoulder to assist these in want, cops, firefighters, well being communicators, medical personnel and residents alike, working collectively to revive our peace and well being and well-being for all concerned,” Highland Park Police Chief Louis Jogmen mentioned.
Crimo is anticipated in Lake County court docket in Waukegan for his arraignment at 11 a.m.
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