Third Man Charged in Triple Homicide during BBQ during Public Park
November 30, 2015 - bbq set
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COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — A Washington Park male has been charged with opening glow during a grill in a open park in Sep — killing 3 people and wounding dual others.
Calvan Colbert, 19, was systematic reason but bail Monday after prosecutors pronounced he and dual other men — Lawrence Brown, 22, and Anthony Jackson, 20 — shot mixed rounds at a vast organisation of people attending a barbecue in a park in a 300 retard of West 42nd Street on Sept. 29.
Brown and Jackson were formerly charged and criminally indicted in this case. Each is being reason but bail.
According to Assistant State’s Attorney Jamie Santini, all three organisation stepped out of a red minivan about 12:10 a.m. on Sept. 29 and non-stop glow during a organisation of roughly 20 people.
Three were killed: Antian Hardmon, 25, Tyrone Spikes, 28, and Ayanna Northern, 22.
Two others were wounded. A 22-year-old lady was shot in her knee as she reason her 2-year-old daughter in her arms, Santini said. A 36-year-old male was shot in his leg, and a bullet cracked his bone.
After a shooting, Colbert, Brown and Jackson fled in a red minivan, Santini said.
Surveillance footage from several cameras in a area shows all 3 organisation in a red outpost before to a shooting, according to prosecutors. The contingent is seen parking a outpost in an alley adjacent to a park before removing out and walking toward a park, Santini said.
Several witnesses described examination a shooters run behind to a outpost and expostulate off, prosecutors said, and notice footage shows a outpost pushing to a circuitously gas hire 30 seconds after a shooting.
Lawrence Brown (left) and Anthony Jackson face murder charges for their purpose in a triple homicide, according to police. Photo: Chicago Police Department
According to authorities, Jackson certified to a declare he was concerned in a sharpened — and that same declare after saw Jackson urinate on his possess hands in an try to rinse divided gun residue. Brown told a declare he was during a basketball court, Santini said, and a declare saw Colbert censor a 9mm gun in a suitcase.
Police found a red outpost on Oct. 2, prosecutors said. It had been set on glow and destroyed. According to Santini, the outpost was reported stolen from a Downtown parking lot on Sept. 28.
Colbert, of a 5200 retard of South Indiana Avenue, was arrested during Cook County Jail, where he’s now available hearing for an attempted-murder case, in that he’s also been charged with aggravated wrong use of a weapon, aggravated battery and aggravated liberate of a firearm.
His prior philosophy embody aggravated wrong use of a arms and possession of marijuana.
When prosecutors asked Cook County Judge Donald Panarese Jr. to reason Colbert without bail, Colbert’s open defender didn’t object.
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