Two teenagers have been arrested within the deadly taking pictures of a retired hearth lieutenant in Chicago earlier this month — a significant break within the case, authorities stated, although the gunmen stay at massive.
Firefighter Dwain Williams, 65, had been gunned down Dec. 3 throughout an tried theft exterior a popcorn store in Chicago.
The 2 teenagers — Dwain Johnson and a 15-year-old boy — had been arrested this week and have been accused of following Williams’ Jeep in a stolen Ford Fusion, prosecutors stated in court docket Friday, in line with the Chicago-Solar Occasions.
The Chicago Police Division launched surveillance video displaying Williams strolling to his automobile as two gunmen strategy and start taking pictures at him. Williams returns hearth, however the gunmen run away and flee within the stolen automobile, video exhibits.
Cops say the armed suspects who confronted Williams are nonetheless on the run. Johnson and the 15-year-old have each been charged with homicide.
The firefighter suffered a gunshot wound within the stomach and was taken to a neighborhood hospital, the place he died.
William was a 28-year veteran of the Chicago Fireplace Division, and retired from the power two years in the past.