Danny Davis, a Democrat who has represented Chicago in Congress for two decades, confirmed his grandson’s death Saturday. And of course, he never should have had it,” Davis said in a statement. Chicago Police spokesman Officer Jose Estrada said police believe it was “not a random act” and that “somebody in the residence did know the offenders.”
Estrada could not confirm whether Wilson knew the suspect. Better education, more supervision after school activity. “His father had just told me about how proud of him,” Davis said at a news conference, “that he was because he was catching on and realizing that all of his life was in front of him.”
Police said two people forced their way into Wilson’s residence before a physical altercation ensued and an unknown male offender began to fire shots. They are not believed to be gang members. “What could have prevented this tragedy? A source with knowledge of the investigation said the home invasion began as an argument over a personal matter related to clothing and eventually led to the victim being shot. “Where did the gun come from? The offenders then fled the scene. No suspects were immediately in custody Saturday morning. Jovan Wilson, 15, was shot in the head during a home invasion in the boy’s Englewood home, police said. Better parenting.”
-87.641642 The grandson of a sitting congressman was shot to death in Chicago Friday evening. How did he get it? Rep. The suspects include one 17-year-old girl and one 16-year-old boy, who was the shooter. Police know who the suspects are, the source said, and they are currently being pursued. Davis held up the personal tragedy as another example of the need to curb gun violence.