CHICAGO (TOC) — Chicago police mentioned Monday morning it is as much as the state’s legal professional’s workplace to improve fees within the case of a younger boy who was allegedly pushed into Lake Michigan and later died.
CPD mentioned the 3-year-old boy’s aunt pushed him into the lake at Navy Pier final Monday.
Members of the family mentioned Josiah Brown died Sunday.
Throughout a weekly replace close to 113th Road and South King Drive, at Kingdom Phrase Church, on the South Facet Monday morning, CPD mentioned it is as much as the state’s legal professional’s workplace to improve any fees within the case.
Victoria Moreno, 34, Brown’s aunt, presently faces tried homicide and aggravated battery fees in reference to the incident.
Prosecutors mentioned Moreno’s fees might be upgraded following Brown’s dying.
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CPD mentioned Brown was strolling with Moreno on a path subsequent to the lake when she pushed him in.
CPD additionally mentioned Moreno didn’t try to rescue the boy.
Brown’s household described the little boy as a “bundle of pleasure” who was “filled with power” and “beloved his dad.”
Moreno’s bond was additionally denied by a decide, and he or she is to don’t have any contact with Brown’s household.
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