Bolingbrook Shooting Today – Following a 17-year-old girl’s shooting on Friday afternoon near Lexington Drive and Lee Lane, Bolingbrook police are requesting that locals remain indoors and hide in place. According to authorities, the girl has been brought to a local hospital. The condition of the girl is currently unknown. Early signs, according to the police, show that the shooting was not random but rather the consequence of a scheduled narcotics deal.
Police are searching the area for two suspects, one of whom is described as a black teen boy between the ages of 14 and 16, dressed in a red hoodie and black pants, and the other as a black teen boy between the ages of 16 and 18, dressed in a brown hoodie and black pants. According to police, both teens escaped on foot. Police in Bolingbrook issued a shelter-in-place order for the neighborhood shortly before three o’clock.
Police said anyone with information about the shooting can contact the Bolingbrook Police Department Investigations Division at 630-226-8620 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 630-378-4772.
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Authorities report that a guy is dead after being shot in Bolingbrook late on Saturday night. Sian Carter, 20, of Bolingbrook, was discovered shot in the rear of a house in the 500 block of Rebecca Lane, according to police. According to a statement from the Will County Coroner Laurie Summers, Carter was taken to UChicago Medicine AdventHealth Bolingbrook Hospital and was pronounced dead at 12:18 a.m. on Sunday.
At the time this article was written, there had been no arrests and no description of the shooter had been made public. The police haven’t said much about what happened before the shooting, so we don’t know what led up to it. Although the police autopsy and toxicology tests will be used to determine the final cause of death, the preliminary autopsy revealed a gunshot wound, according to Summers. The Bolingbrook Police are looking into it.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bolingbrook Police Department Investigations Division at 630-226-8620. Tips can also be submitted anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 630-378-4772 or submitting to bolingbrookcrimestoppers.org or using the mobile P3 Tips app.
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