The attack took place in a suburb of Chicago and left at least six dead and 24 injured.
Robert E. ‘Bobby’ Crimo III has been identified by Highland Park Police
Chicago police, in United States, managed to arrest the suspect of shooting people during a July 4th parade in Highland Park, a suburb of the city, this Monday, 4. According to local media, the arrest was made “without incident” after the man in 22 years old being seen driving on a highway. Hours earlier the police had released the suspect’s car model, license plate and the young man was identified as Robert E. ‘Bobby’ Crime III. At least six people died and others 24 were injured on the attack. Lake County Serious Crimes Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli told a news conference that he believes there is only one shooter. The sniper hid on a roof and using a “high-powered rifle” fired into the crowd. The president Joe Biden said during the day that he was “shocked by the senseless gun violence that has once again brought suffering to an American community on this Independence Day.” In recent months, the debate against gun ownership has intensified in the US by several massacres.