Illinois couple, 2 children and 3 dogs found shot dead in suburban Chicago home
Illinois couple, 2 children and 3 dogs found shot dead in suburban Chicago home: After police discovered an Illinois couple, their two little children, and their three pets shot dead inside their house on Sunday night, a suspected quadruple homicide rocked a suburban Chicago town.
The two children’s parents, Alberto Rolon and Zoraida Bartolomei, were named as the victims; their names and ages were not disclosed on Monday.
About 30 miles southwest of Chicago, in Romeoville, was where the family resided. When police went to the residence to check on the residents’ well-being on Sunday night, they found the dead at 8:40 p.m. One of the victims did not arrive for work at 6 a.m. on Sunday and did not return calls, so family members contacted the police, according to the police.
Romeoville Deputy Police Chief Chris Burne made it clear at a news conference on Monday that the killings are being looked into as homicides, ruling out the idea of a murder-suicide.
During the news conference that NBC Chicago aired, he said, “At this time, we are investigating this as a murder.”
Even though no suspect has been taken into custody, he said that there was no danger to the public.
“We are not requesting anybody to take shelter in place, and we are not actively searching for anyone in the area due to the duration that has passed—more than 18 hours from the time we were contacted,” he said.
If Rolon and Bartolomei were married, Burne did not say so.
Superintendent Rachel Kinder of the Valley View School District sent a statement to the community stating that the two kids attended RC Hill Elementary School.
Investigators believe that the family of four perished tragically between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Sunday.
The family, according to their neighbors, was quiet, and peaceful, and did not socialize much.
As reported by a neighbor to ABC 7 Chicago, “They kept to themselves.” “I have no idea at all. I have a child, but I’ve never seen the youngsters playing outdoors. Really, I have no idea what occurred, but it’s terrifying. Too near to the house.
A mother, a father, and a few children were present. The parents would be out in the yard doing yard work, and we would just say hello and good-bye,” neighbor Lynn Phillips told the Chicago Sun-Times. None at all strange. Everybody keeps to himself.
Next-door neighbor Carol Love told the newspaper that the family was polite and kind.
What a tragedy. They were kind individuals. They didn’t annoy anybody, according to reports about Love. “I hope they identify the perpetrator.”
In a statement to USA TODAY on Monday, Beador’s attorney Michael L. Fell said that her client is “extremely apologetic and remorseful” for her behavior.
As soon as formal information on this case is released, Fell said, “We will be awaiting it.” The statement “Shannon is willing to take full responsibility for her actions”
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