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A man wanted in connection to the deadly mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade outside Chicago was taken into custody Monday night.
Police announced Monday evening that Robert “Bobby” Crimo III, 22 — who was named as the prime person of interest in the shooting that killed six and wounded dozens more — was taken into custody in Lake Forest, IL following a short police pursuit.
The article goes on to state the following:
A North Chicago police officer spotted a vehicle on US 41 matching the description of the one Crimo was believed to be driving and attempted to pull him over.
Instead of immediately stopping, Crimo stepped on the gas and led police on a brief chase, but finally stopped and surrendered without further incident.
He is seen in a video stepping out of the car with his hands up and lying down on the pavement. Officers then swoop in to arrest him.
Video is courtesy of Ryan Lerman. This is at Skokie and Wesley Road.
— Rob Elgas (@RobElgasABC7) July 5, 2022
#HighlandPark parade shooting suspect Robert “Bobby” E Crimo, has been taken into custody.
North Chicago police spotted his silver Honda Fit and tried to conduct a traffic stop, but Crimo fled the scene. Was stopped about six miles away and arrested. pic.twitter.com/nuV9zYhaU9
— John Sitarek (@JohnSitarek) July 5, 2022
— Tre Ward ABC 7 (@TreWardTV) July 4, 2022
— New York Post (@nypost) July 4, 2022
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