Who is Robert “Bobby”? Bio, Wiki, Age, Suspect, Police Report

Robert “Bobby” Bio – Robert “Bobby” Wiki

Robert “Bobby” Crime III, who had been identified as a person of interest, was arrested around 6:30 p.m. local time in connection with the shooting, nearly nine hours after the shooting.


Robert “Bobby” is 22 years old.


Six people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, and around two dozen people were taken to area hospitals with injuries, police said. Some of the victims, including at least one child, were in critical condition when they were transported from the scene, Highland Park Fire Chief Joe Schrage told reporters.

Robert “Bobby” Crime III, who had been identified as a person of interest, was arrested around 6:30 p.m. local time in connection with the shooting, nearly nine hours after the shooting. Officials said his vehicle was spotted, and he was stopped after a brief pursuit. He is being taken to the Highland Park Police Department as the investigation continues.
“This individual is believed to have been responsible for what happened,” Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Chris Covelli said Monday night.

Crimo was taken into custody about six miles north of where the shooting occurred.

Police and witnesses earlier in the day said it appeared the gunman was shooting at the crowd from the roof of a business near the parade route.

Investigators said a firearm had been recovered from the scene, and efforts were underway to trace it. Covelli described the weapon as “a high-powered rifle.”
Hours after the shooting, heavily armed law enforcement authorities were seen at what is believed to be Crimo’s family home in Highwood, just north of Highland Park, CBS Chicago reports. Neighbors told CBS Chicago that Crimo lives at home with his father and uncle.

FBI agents went in and out of the house throughout the evening.

Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek told reporters five adults died at the scene. The sixth victim died at a hospital, Banek said, adding that she didn’t have details about that person.

Dr. Brigham Temple, medical director of emergency preparedness at Highland Park Hospital, said that 26 people were brought to the medical facility, 25 of whom had suffered gunshot wounds. Six patients were taken to Evanston Hospital, four were taken to Glenbrook Hospital, and several others were taken to hospitals outside of the Northshore University Medical System network.

Of the patients initially taken to Highland Park Hospital, two were transferred to Evanston Hospital: one to get other neurosurgical care and another to be treated at the pediatric unit there. Another patient was transferred to Skokie Hospital, and a fourth patient was transferred to Homer Children’s Hospital following emergency surgery.

As of Monday evening, Temple said 19 patients at Highland Park Hospital had been treated and discharged; only two patients remained at Highland Park Hospital, and both were in stable condition.

Temple said the patients’ ages ranged from 8 to 85 years old, and he estimated that four or five of the patients were children.
Over 100 law enforcement officers from multiple agencies, including the FBI, Illinois State Police, and Lake County Sheriff’s Office, responded to the shooting in the suburb north of Chicago at around 10:14 a.m.

Covelli said the gunman stopped firing as officers approached the building and then managed to elude authorities.

“All indications are he was discreet and he was very difficult to see,” Covelli said.

“It sounds like spectators were targeted … very random, very intentional, and a very sad day,” Covelli said.

Investigators are combing through surveillance cameras looking for information on the shooting, CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton reports. They are also going over cellphone videos of bystanders at the parade.

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