|The nation is mourning the lost of Joe Gliniewicz, a longtime officer for the Lake County, Illinois sheriff. He was gunned down after responding to suspicious activity. The feds join the state in searching for alleged suspects.|
Details are coming about three men who killed a dedicated officer who worked for Lake County, Illinois. The FBI and U.S. Marshals join the Illinois A.I.M task force in the search.
Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz was gunned down after pursuing alleged suspects near a property.
CNN reports that the shooting happened about 10 minutes before 8 a.m., after Gliniewicz sent word over his radio that he was pursuing three suspects on foot, Lake County Sheriff's Sgt. Christopher Covelli said.
Radio communication dropped off and backup officers were sent. They found the officer with a gunshot wound.
A massive search ensued with authorities combing the woods and marshy areas around Fox Lake, a community of about 60,000 people in Lake County, about 60 miles north of Chicago. They also were going house to house.
Gliniewicz, a married father of four who was known as "G.I. Joe," had been a police officer for more than 30 years.
|The president is frustrated that Congress hasn't passed a reasonable gun control law. Gun violence is the number one threat to the United States. The inept Congress will not pass it. Concern trolls will try to deflect the topic from gun control to blaming the victim or other entities.|
The hunt for the suspects -- described by Covelli as two white men and one black man -- put at least four schools on lockdown and left people barricaded in their homes.
Several school districts, including Fox Lake, Gavin and Big Hollow, will be closed for Wednesday due to the ongoing manhunt, according to the Grant Community High School's website.
Helicopters aided the search. The FBI, U.S. Marshals and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were assisting.
|Darren Goforth leaves behind a wife and two young children.|
Lake County Sheriff Christopher Covelli told CNN on Tuesday afternoon that an earlier report that one suspect was in custody was inaccurate.
This also have the residents in fear.
The law reminds the public to stay vigilant. They added that anyone who assist these suspects are going to be charged with a criminal act.
"We asked residents to report any suspicious activity they happen to see, whether they think it's something minor or major and to keep an eye out for these three individuals," Covelli said.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a no-fly zone that covers two nautical miles over the search area.
This comes after the tragic shooting of two reporters killed last week by a former news reporter.
This comes after the death of three officers who were murdered while on duty. The most recent officer involved shooting was the death of a Harris County, TX deputy.
Alison Parker and Adam Ward were doing a news report in suburban Roanoke, VA when this ex-reporter (terrorist) shot them at point blank range. This was caught on live television.
These events should spark feverish debate over gun control.
By the way, can you inform that annoying conservative agitator Sean Hannity that the president did call the family of fallen Texas deputy Darren Goforth. I'm expected that he will call the family of Lt. Joe Gliniewicz.
He also called the family of gun crime victims Alison Parker, Adam Ward, Henry Nelson and Steven Vincent.
|Alison Parker and Adam Ward were laid to rest this week.|
You won't hear Clarke mention the encounter of John Fenton in Dayton, Ohio. The tin horn cop will break his neck on every incident that involves Black on whatever crime.
For you see, concern trolls rather focus on the negative instead of the positive.
Earlier today they were bitching about Black Lives Matter and the president stroking anti-cop rhetoric.
Yeah, there's not doing themselves any favors too. They're stroking anti-police and anti-Black behavior as well.
World News Today send our condolences to the families of Joe Gliniewicz and every other victims lost to senseless gun violence.