NEWSMAX: A 22-year-old man identified as a person of interest in a shooting during an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago that killed at least six people, wounded at least 30 and sent hundreds of people fleeing was taken into custody Monday evening following an hourslong manhunt, police said.
Highland Park Police Chief Lou Jogmen said Monday evening that a police officer briefly chased Robert E. Crimo III as he drove about five miles north of where the shooting occurred before the man pulled over and was taken into custody, video posted to Twitter showed.
Police declined to immediately identify Crimo as a suspect but said identifying him as a person of interest, sharing his name and other information publicly was a serious step.
#BREAKING: just got this from a source showing the arrest happening about 45 mins ago.— Brónagh Tumulty (@BronaghTumulty) July 5, 2022
That’s Robert Crimo face down on Hwy 41, after he was spotted by a North Chicago officer. #HighlandPark @WGNNews pic.twitter.com/lIpyaCyL16
WATCH: Police are searching the car of Robert E. Crimo III, Highland Park's Fourth of July parade shooter, after an arrest during a traffic stop. pic.twitter.com/LmHTaHzx2R— BNN Newsroom (@BNNBreaking) July 5, 2022
BREAKING: New video in showing the apparent arrest of Crimo in Lake Forest. 🎥: Ryan Lerman@ABC7Chicago pic.twitter.com/RjIjTF3Z4y— Tre Ward ABC 7 (@TreWardTV) July 4, 2022