Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo III, 22 Driving a 2010 Silver Honda Fit LICENSE PLATE: IL DM80653
Well, maybe I draw once my family is covered and I assess the goat rodeo. I enter that street, look around, and guess what? Shooter is long gone, and I get aced by a cop who is doing the same thing I am. Whomp whomp. Jesus fuck people. You aren’t stopping this with your CCW.
They know who the shooter is. Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo, III. Driving a 2010 Silver Honda Fit. License plate DM80653. Be vigilant. Be safe people.
They know who the Highland Park parade shooter is. They know his name. Robert Crimo, III. 23 years old. He goes by Bobby. They know his license plate. He’s from the Highland Park area. He’s still at large. NOT in police custody yet. He’s assumed to be armed & dangerous.
SUSPECT: Robert "Bobby" E. Crimo III, 22
Driving a 2010 Silver Honda Fit
LICENSE PLATE: IL DM80653
— Alex Miller (@AlexMillerNews) July 4, 2022
At least six people were killed and more than 20 others were hospitalized in a July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, police officials said at a news conference Monday.
UPDATE: Lake County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief Christopher Coveley said at a news conference Monday that the suspect is a white man between the ages of 18 and 20, with long black hair, who should be considered a ” Armed and dangerous”.
The shooting “appears to be completely random,” Coveley said.
Coveley said officers recovered a “high-power rifle” at the scene, though he did not specify whether the gun had a high-capacity magazine. The hospitalized victim was in a “serious” and “critical” condition as of noon Monday, Coveley said. Information on the age of the victims was not released.
What they say: President Biden said he was “appalled by the senseless gun violence that once again caused grief in the American community” on Independence Day. He said he has provided federal assistance to the Highland Park community and will continue to monitor the situation. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he was “monitoring the situation closely” and state police were on the scene in Highland Park. n Several witnesses said they heard shots fired from the parade. Participants fled the scene, leaving chairs, strollers and blankets, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Several cities in Illinois have canceled their Fourth of July celebrations in response to reports of shootings. The city of Evanston said it canceled its July 4 parade and celebration due to the “tragic mass shooting” in Highland Park. Glenview Police said the July 4 parade and fireworks display had been cancelled.
Glencoe officials said the July 4 parade was canceled “as a precaution.”
Illinois Rep. Brad Schneider tweeted that he and his team had gathered at the front of the parade route when the shooting began. “The voices of the dead and other wounded are heard,” Schneider tweeted. “My condolences to my family and loved ones; my prayers for the wounded and my community; and my pledge to do everything I can to keep our children, our city and our country safer. Enough!”
Details: Highland Park Police said they responded to an incident in downtown Highland Park on Monday, urging people to avoid the area.
Highland Park is about 30 miles from Chicago.
Hosted by Highland Park and the Park District, the parade includes floats, marching bands, novelty groups and community entries.
What they said: Highland Park resident Miles Zaremsky told The Sun-Times that there were 20 to 25 shots fired in “rapid succession”. So it can’t be just a pistol or a shotgun. “
The big picture: Prior to the incident, Chicago police said at least 54 people were shot and at least seven people died in the city over the weekend of July 4, WLS-TV reported.
Last year, over the weekend of July 4, 19 people were killed and more than 100 others were shot.