Rosemont police announced that the shooting suspect from March 25th Fashion Outlets Chicago mall shooting that left one man dead and injured a teen girl was in custody. Rosemont officers took Jose G. Matias into custody without any incident. Matias is initially being charged with aggravated unauthorised use of a weapon. Police have stated that they will update you when more information becomes available.
39" Slick wool wrap coat with exaggerated collar and tie belt
Adjustable button closure
Keep you deliciously warm in the icy days of winter, in great style!
Full Length Mink Fur Coat with Shawl Collar & Bracelet Cuffs (Demi Buff, XS)
Rosemont Public Safety Department with assistance from the Major Case Assistance Team and a number of other law enforcement agencies has investigated numerous leads surrounding the shooting at Fashion Outlets of Chicago mall on February 25, 2022. Interviews, witness statements, and surveillance video review have all been used to identify Jose G. Matias, an 18-year old Chicago resident. For the rest of Matias, a nationwide warrant was issued Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
According to Rosemont Public Safety Department, the shooting was an isolated incident. The incident was caused by an argument between Joel Valdes, Jose Matias. Joel Valdes, aged 20, was shot to death near the food cart. Matias was seen on surveillance video pulling out his gun and shooting in the direction Valdes.
Rosemont Public Safety Department paramedics treated Valdes on the spot and transported him to Level 1 Trauma Center Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Park Ridge, where they declared him dead.
A second victim – a 15-year-old female and innocent bystander – was also shot. She was also taken to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. The teen girl has been released from Lutheran General Hospital, and is currently recovering at home.
Matias was seen leaving the mall in his maroon 2008 Honda. This Honda was later located in Bellwood, Illinois by Cook County Sheriffs. Since the beginning of the shooting investigation, many witnesses were interviewed. The mall shooter was identified by Matias thanks to the testimony.
Rosemont firefighters, Rosemont police, and paramedics responded at 7:08 PM Friday, March 25, 2022, to a report of a shooting in Rosemont Fashion Outlets of Chicago. Police called the shooting an emergency on Friday “isolated shooting”It took place in the vicinity of the food court. Initial reports suggested that the shooting involved two Chicago-based sparring groups.
Initially there were two crime scenes in the mall — one near the food court and another near the Carter’s store.
Two gunshot victims were known to have been transported by paramedics to a nearby hospital — possibly Level 1 Trauma Center Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge. They were immediately listed in critical condition upon arrival. One of the victims — an adult male in his 20s — was pronounced dead at the hospital. The other shooting victim — transported by ambulance — was a 15 year-old girl.
The two victims of the shooting were taken from the scene at 7:35 p.m.
Limited Lifetime Nobis Warranty,Premium Canadian Origin White Duck Down for ultimate warmth
Sympatex membrane laminated
Police stated that there may have been a third victim of gunshots who was believed to be a suspect who fled from the scene early in the investigation. Unverified information also suggested that another suspect may have been captured in Chicago. Police announced Tuesday, March 29, 2022, that no additional warrants or arrests had been issued.
Although police believe that there were no shooter suspects on the scene, officers searched the mall to make sure. Shoppers and employees took cover in the stores and others were evacuated immediately. Some people were still being evacuated at 9:30 p.m. The siren alarm in the mall was activated during evacuations and was turned off around 8:15 p.m.
CARDINAL NEWS received two witnesses who said they heard four shots. Another witness stated that they heard six to seven shots. Family members met many people in the parking lot east to the Rosemont Theater.
Police set up a reunification space at Murray Bros. Caddyshack restaurant at 9546 W. Balmoral Avenue.
As a precaution, an EMS Alarm Box was activated to alert authorities in the event of additional victims. Ambulances were present on the scene and lined up along Outlet Way. Around 9:50 p.m., additional ambulances and firemen left the scene.
Police activated a NIPAS response to SWAT and rescue operations and an ILEAS response to support police and traffic control. Police squads arrived at the scene as late as 9:30 p.m.
Follow The Cardinal ALL NEWS FOEEDS on Facebook to receive updates Just ‘LIKE’ the ‘Arlington Cardinal Page (become a fan of our page). The updates cover all posts and sub-category posts from The Cardinal — Arlingtoncardinal.com. See all of The Cardinal Facebook fan pages at Arlingtoncardinal.com/about/facebook …
Help support The Cardinal Arlingtoncardinal.com/sponsor