Authorities say an individual of interest in the July Fourth mass shooting has been arrested.
Robert E. Crimo III was spotted driving a silver Honda Fit in north Chicago hours after the assault
At the point when an official attempted to "start a traffic stop," Crimo endeavored to escape
Highland Park Police Chief Lou Jogmen said in a preparation Monday night.
"A concise pursuit went on," in any case Crimo surrendered himself, Jogmen said, adding that he was "arrested without occurrence."
Jogmen said the examination is moving rapidly and noticed that Crimo will be addressed by agents at the division
"To ensure or check whether, as a matter of fact, he is associated with this episode."
When squeezed, Jogmen declined to call Crimo a suspect at this stage in the examination
The police boss said more data was expected to interface him
The shooting that left six dead and many others harmed