Illinois Pair Found Dead In Chicago Garage Identified As Maryilu Padilla-Vazquez & Jaime Mouricepan Ora

CHICAGO, IL. (THECOUNT) — The two people found dead in a garage on Chicago’s Northwest side, have been identified as Maryilu Padilla-Vazquez and Jaime Mouricepan Ora.

Police say Padilla-Vazquez, 31, and Ora, 34, were found deceased in a garage located in the 4100 block of North Mozart Street, Chicago, IL., about 4 p.m. Tuesday. Police noted, one decedent was located inside a vehicle and the other decedent was located outside the automobile.

Police said the pair did not appear to have occupied the garage for very long before that fatal accident happened. Police did not elaborate as to how they assumed that timeline.

The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office on Wednesday identified the pair as Maryilu Padilla-Vazquez, 31, of the 6100 block of South 76th Avenue in Summit; and Jaime Mouricepan Ora, 34, of the 6100 block of North Talman Avenue. Continue reading

Former Dixon High Student Shot By School Officer After Student Opened Fire Inside IL Gymnasium

Illinois officials say a police officer working at Dixon High School, located in northern Illinois, shot and wounded a former student, 19, who reportedly first fired a gun at the officer.

The shooting occurred in the gymnasium area of the high school, located at 300 Lincoln Statue Dr, Dixon, IL, at about 8 a.m. Wednesday.

City manager Danny Langloss says the gunman is in custody with what he describes as non-life-threatening injuries. He says neither the officer nor anyone else was injured. Continue reading

Gino Bassett Charged Overnight In March Murder Of Chicago Enterprise Scrum CEO Mike Beedle

Gino Bassett, Sr. was charged overnight in Chicago over the fatal March stabbing of 55-year-old Mike Beedle, police said.

Bassett, 56, is charged with first degree murder and two misdemeanor counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the death of the Enterprise Scrum CEO.

Bassett is accused of attacking Beedle of Park Ridge in an alley in the 400 block of North State Street last month. Continue reading