BREAKING NEWS: Highland Park shooter Robert Crimo pleads not guilty to 117 criminal counts after killing seven people and injuring 48 by opening fire on Fourth of July paradegoers from a rooftop
The man accused of opening fire at an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago has pleaded not guilty to 117 counts, including 21 first-degree murder charges, after killing seven people and wounding dozens more. . Lake County prosecutors in late July announced that a grand jury had indicted Crimo on the charges.
Investigators have reviewed videos Mr Crimo posted on social media in the days before the deadly attack on the neighbourhood Fourth of July get-together. The man suspected of killing seven people and injuring dozens at an Independence Day parade in Chicago will face 117 charges. Robert E Crimo III was arrested by police hours after shots were fired into the crowd during the Fourth of July celebrations in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (AP) — One week after a shooting at a Fourth of July parade that left seven dead, the Chicago suburb of Highland Park held a moment of silence Monday morning to mark the exact time police say the first shot was fired. More than 100 people gathered and hugged each other in a downtown plaza for a tribute that began at 10:14 a.m. and lasted longer than the planned two minutes.
During his confession he admitted to suffering depression and using drugs in his teenage years When questioned about threatening to "kill everyone" in his family, admitted Highland Park shooter Robert Crimo III admitted to cops three years ago that he was a depressed teenage drug user, according to recently released documents.
CHICAGO (AP) — In 2019, Robert E. Crimo III was too young to apply independently for a gun license in Illinois. His father sponsored the application just months after an unidentified family member called police to report that the son had a collection of knives and had threatened to “kill everyone.”
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (AP) — Memorial services and funerals for three of the seven people killed when a gunman opened fire on a July 4 parade are scheduled Friday, the first formal opportunity to grieve the deaths of two beloved grandfathers and a former synagogue preschool teacher shot Monday during the annual event in the northern Chicago suburb of Highland Park.
According to authorities a second shooting could've taken place later that day Robert E. Crimo III, the Highland Park Fourth of July shooter, told police that he killed innocent parade-goers and that he "seriously contemplated" shooting up another celebration later, according to officials. After killing seven unarmed civilians and injuring more than 40 others at a parade on Monday, Crimo fled Highland Park with another rifle and about 60 rounds.
Days after a rooftop gunman killed seven people at a parade, attention has turned to how the assailant obtained multiple guns and whether the laws on Illinois books could have prevented the Independence Day massacre Days after a rooftop gunman killed seven people at a parade, attention has turned to how the assailant obtained multiple guns and whether the laws on Illinois books could have prevented the Independence Day massacre.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has come up with a bizarre reason for why he thinks mass shootings are happening in America. The TV presenter believes male privilege plays a part, but not in the way you might think. Carlson used his news programme to suggest that it's people lecturing men about male privilege that's causing these shooters to carry out these tragedies.
Robert E Crimo III faces seven first-degree murder charges as a result of the shooting in Chicago, but authorities say he had also considered a second shooting that day. The man charged with killing seven people in a shooting on an Independence Day parade in Chicago has confessed to police that he fired on the crowd.
The man charged with killing seven people when he unleashed a hail of bullets on an Independence Day parade from a rooftop is expected in court as authorities face questions about how he was allowed to buy several guns, despite threatening violence. Robert E Crimo III was charged with seven counts of murder on Tuesday after the shooting, which sent hundreds of marchers, parents and children fleeing in fear and set off an hours-long manhunt in and around Highland Park, an affluent Chicago suburb on the shores of Lake Michigan.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Police in Richmond, Virginia, said Wednesday that they thwarted a planned July 4 mass shooting after receiving a tip that led to arrests and the seizure of multiple guns. Authorities announced the alleged plot in a news release, but did not release any additional information.
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (AP) — The man charged with killing seven people when he unleashed a hail of bullets on an Independence Day parade from a rooftop in suburban Chicago legally bought the high-powered rifle used in the shooting and four other weapons, despite threatening violence, police said.
Cameras may have caught the 21-year-old man who is accused of opening fire on a July 4 parade in Chicago escaping the scene in disguise. Robert E Crimo III was arrested on Monday, several hours after the fatal attack which killed seven and injured more than 35 in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.
Robert E. Crimo ‘wore women’s clothes a YEAR before fleeing Highland Park shooting disguised in a wig,’ uncle says
THE alleged Highland Park mass shooter "wore women's clothes at least once in the past" before it emerged that he fled the July 4 massacre wearing a wig, The Sun can exclusively reveal. Paul Crimo recalled seeing his nephew, Robert E. Crimo III, dressed in girl's clothing about a year before the 22-year-old allegedly fired 70 shots into a crowded parade - but he didn't understand why.
Nine people, ranging from 14 to 70, remained in hospital on Tuesday, officials said. The gunman accused of attacking an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago has been charged with seven counts of first-degree murder, a prosecutor said. Lake County State’s attorney Eric Rinehart promised that dozens more charges would be sought.
Robert E Crimo III surrendered to police and was arrested hours after Monday's attack in the suburb of Highland Park, Illinois. The man accused of opening fire on a Fourth of July parade in Chicago, leaving at least seven people dead and more than 30 others injured, has been charged with seven counts of first degree murder.