Samaritan improving after stabbing student on campus
Hussein Oweis-Booth, 20, of North Aurora, was charged with attempted aggravated murder and discharging a firearm on a college student. He is being held at the DuPage County Jail on $40,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in court on Friday.
UW police said a student reported seeing a b카지노 사이트lack male walking near North Aurora St. and Roosevelt Ave. and he said he felt like a threat. The student reported the man yelled, 우리카지노“That’s my gun,” and got into a vehicle and sped away.
A student driving west on Roosevelt St. saw the suspect walking around in the neighborhood. The man’s car was westbound in the area, but then turned north on E. Main St. A witness, identified as 22-year-old Michael K. Oveh, spotted the suspect and called UW police.
Police said the male student told them after the stabbing he came into the area on his bike and confronted the man. The suspect gave him his weapon. The suspect then drove off westbound on Roosevelt Street.
At 2:45 p.m., UW police spotted the suspect on the 1300 block of E. Roosevelt St. The suspect ran down E. Main St. as the patrol car approached, UW p바카라사이트olice said.
The patrol car was able to catch up with the suspect and he was taken into custody.
In a separate incident, a man who ran from an altercation at the University of Illinois at Chicago was also arrested Friday and charged with attempted aggravated assault and discharging a firearm.
According to police, James M. Maughan, 28, a sophomore at UIC, was on North Campus, at the time of the incident, where a man allegedly fired shots and threatened a student with a gun.
Police said the man fled with the victim in his car.
“We have a lot of people looking at this as a potential attack on campus,” said Chris Staggs, UI director of student services and safety services. “There have been a lot of arrests on campus over the past few years, and I think this is just yet another example of a really bad situation occurring on the campus.”
Staggs said students and faculty will continue to be on high alert because the incident is under investigation and there have been no threats made.
“The campus has been pretty much on high alert. And we will have resources all over campus that will protect our student