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Highland Park shooting suspect was ‘known to law enforcement’

Summary by Ground News
Highland Park, Ill., Mayor Nancy Rotering revealed Tuesday that the alleged gunman used a legally obtained firearm during Monday's mass shooting. The city passed a law nearly a decade ago that banned assault weapons. Gun-rights advocates challenged the law to the Supreme Court, but the high court opted not to hear the case.
Published 7 months ago · Chicago, United States

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Here's what we know about the Highland Park mass shooting

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7 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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What we know about the victims of the Fourth of July shooting near Chicago

Among those killed in the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park were a teacher at a synagogue and a man in his 70s who came from Mexico to visit his family.

7 months ago·Canada
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Robert Crimo: Everything we know about 21-year-old charged with murder in Highland Park parade shooting

Arrested 21-year-old has a trail of violent imagery on his social media footprint

7 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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What we know about the Highland Park shooting suspect

Hours after gunfire interrupted the Highland Park, Illinois, July Fourth parade, killing seven people and wounding dozens more, police apprehended the man they believe was responsible.

7 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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What we know about the person of interest in the Highland Park parade shooting

Hours after a gunman opened fire on a suburban Fourth of July parade, police took a man into custody.

7 months ago·New York, United States
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What we know about the Highland Park shooting suspect

By Dakin Andone and Curt Devine, CNNHours after gunfire interrupted the Highland Park, Illinois, July Fourth parade, killing six people and wounding dozens more, police apprehended the man they believe was responsible.Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo III, 22, has yet to be formally charged in the shooting, which authorities have said they believe he carried out by climbing onto the rooftop of a nearby business and opening fire on the parade minutes after…

7 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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