According to authorities, two individuals have been apprehended in relation to a fatal shooting that occurred over the weekend in the southern suburbs of Worth, Illinois.
According to the authorities in Worth, the incident took place on Saturday afternoon in the 6800 block of West 111th Street. Reports suggest that a shooting occurred in the area.
As per the account given by her family members, Jonnie Angel Klein, who was 32 years old, had finished her shift at Dunkin’ Donuts at 3 p.m. along with her son, who had just obtained his work permit.
Upon receiving a distress call, officers were dispatched to the location where they discovered Klein, who had been shot and killed. The incident prompted the South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force to launch a thorough investigation into the tragic shooting.
Derek Klein, the brother of the victim, expressed his deep anguish and disappointment towards the murderers. He firmly believes that they must be punished for their heinous crime and brought to justice. The loss of his loved one has caused a great deal of devastation and sorrow in his family’s life, which he finds difficult to come to terms with. The gravity of the situation is not lost on him, and he is determined to seek justice for his family.
According to authorities, the following day, law enforcement apprehended two individuals from Harvey who are suspected of being involved in multiple armed robberies across Chicagoland and northwest Indiana.
According to the police, they have made arrests and seized multiple firearms, including a gun that they suspect was used in the deadly shooting. The authorities have sent the weapon for ballistics analysis to determine its involvement in the crime.
At the moment, the identity of the victim in the shooting has not been disclosed by the police. The Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office is currently reviewing the charges against the two suspects, according to officers.
According to the officers, there were no kids present at the location nor were they involved in the shooting incident.