Saturday , July 24 2021

Accidentally killing killing security in the bar in Chicago suburbs: report



A shooting police and killing security guard was now a bar in the southern suburbs of Chicago in the morning of Sunday morning, Chicago's Fox 32 reported.

Witnesses said in protecting the security of a group of "drunk men" to leave the Robbins bar about 4 a.m. One of the suspects later came back inside the bar and opened a fire, reported by WGN-TV, stating witnesses.

The armed security guards came into fire, the report said. One of the guards – says Jemel Roberson's witnesses, 26 – the suspect outside. Roberson then asked for assistance from Midlothian Police, says the Cheshire Sheriff Office.

I'm guessing when the police arrived there, they probably thought it was one of the bad guys, because he had a gun on the man and shot .

– Witnesses

A witness told the station that Roberson was holding the suspect on the ground when one of two responding officers shot him and killed him.

"The security guardian who was killed, caught someone and had kneeled at all times," said one witness from Fox 32. "Just wait for the police to get there. I & # 39 When they arrived at the police, they probably thought he was one of the bad men, because he had a gun on the shot and shot. "

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Four other people, including the shooter, suffered non-life-threatening injuries, reported by WGN-TV. Midlothian police confirmed that one of two response officers opened a fire. The identity of the officer was not released.

Roberson was told that he was a church organist who trained to become a police officer.

"He was preparing to train and do everything, so the people he wanted to be a family with had taken his life," said Pastor Patricia Hill of Purposed Church.

The Chest Sheriff Office is investigating the first shooting, while the Police Force Police Public Task Force investigates the police shoot.

Robbins is a dispersed village for a 30 minute career to the south of Chicago.

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The shoot was in line with another violent violent weekend in Chicago with 20 shots – including 3 mums, The Chicago Sun-Times reported.

The deaths started early on Saturday when a 29-year-old man was shot at a restaurant in the south of the city, the report said.

On Saturday, a 42-year-old man was dead at his South Green Street flat when a gun shot and shot during a game, said Cook County's medical examiner's office.

A 24-year-old man on Sunday night was shot by anonymous multiple times in the chest and abdomen, the report said.

Police reported that at least 17 other people had been injured from gun violence since Friday night.


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