We’re here to tell you some shocking news: Chicago police have identified the person who shot at Portage Park. If you don’t know about this, we’ll keep you up to date quickly. So, you’ve come to the right place, since the Chicago Police Department recently released information about a suspect named Samuel Persons Salas.
So, he is 32 years old, and he has been charged with more than three counts of first-degree murder. He was charged with first-degree murder because he was involved in attempted murder and kidnapping. The police arrested him, but the police tried their best to find out about the whole situation, and they finally found out who the suspect was.
They took him into custody in the 5200 block of west Montrose Avenue. After that, he was shot and killed, and three people were seriously hurt. However, the police say that the shooting happened when a birthday party was going on in the club where this person went to attend the party.
However, when the individual tried to urge this man to leave the club, he left and drove to his car, where he subsequently returned with a gun and shot and killed three people: Mercedes Tavares, 24, Mario Pozulos, 26, and Ricky Vera, 50. In addition to this, a female who was the daughter for whom the birthday party was planned is in a severe condition and has sustained numerous injuries. This is surprising news, and he has since been detained.
Violence is getting worse every day, especially shootings and mass shootings. In September 2018, he was sentenced to 8 years in prison. He was released from jail in September 2017 but hasn’t been seen since, so the department has labeled him a “absconder.” Absconder is the word for someone who leaves a place quickly, usually to get away from it.