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Sunday, March 24, 2013

4th man charged in slaying of 74-year-old man

A Chicago man who allegedly acted as a lookout while his friends went and shot a 74-year-old South Shore man in October has become the fourth suspect charged in the slaying.
Malcolm X Terry, 22, was arrested Friday and charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of William Thomas.
Thomas was shot about 7:15 p.m. Oct. 12 in the 6800 block of South East End Avenue while sitting outside a building near his home. He was not the intended target.
Aramis McKinzie, 18, Akeem L. Simmons, 20, and Garlin Minor, 19, were all charged March 1 in connection to the slaying. Prosecutors said in a bond hearing for the three earlier this month that none of them admitted to pulling the trigger.
The four men charged, as well as an “uncharged co-offender,” headed to the scene of the shooting on the evening of Oct. 12 because of a rivalry between the Mall Town and Murder Town gangs.
Terry, Minor and the uncharged man hung back at the entrance of a nearby alley as lookouts.
Simmons shot Thomas “multiple times in the head” while McKinzie watched.
McKinzie took the gun after the shooting.
Simmons and McKinzie then returned to the entrance of the alley and all five men fled.
A witness identified Terry in a lineup and placed him walking across the street with the other suspects and hanging out at the alley’s entrance while the shooting occurred before running away with the others when it was over.
At the time of the slaying, Terry was out on bail on a burglary charge from a June 17, 2009, break-in on the 6700 block of South Blackstone Avenue
Terry, of the 1400 block of east 67th Place, is on probation in connection with the 2009 burglary. He was found guilty of that crime in February 2013.
McKinzie, Simmons and Minor were arrested Feb. 28 by officers from the Chicago Police Gang Investigation Division, according to police. A 17-year-old boy was also initially arrested, but he was released without being charged,


Anonymous said...

String 'em up.....like the good old days.

Peace, Lancelot Link

Anonymous said...

hang these coons

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stomper said...

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