the quest for a 22-year-elderly person who specialists associated with starting
to shoot at the Highland Park Independence Day march, killing no less than
six individuals and injuring multiple dozen others, finished Monday night when
he was arrested on the North Shore.
The capture of Robert "Bobby" Crimo III
came around eight hours after the mass shooting, which dazed the Chicago
region and country as it praised the Fourth of July.Late in the early evening on Monday,
Highland Park police Chief Lou Jogmen had distinguished Crimo as the individual
of interest, saying he was accepted to be driving a 2010 silver Honda Fit.