(Chris Walker, Chicago Tribune)
Northfield authorities have identified a suspect in the March 26 shooting at the home of Chief Keef’s manager Uncle Ro, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Police reportedly say their “person of interest” may be connected to the shooting that landed a 33-year-old man in the hospital.
The victim’s conditioned improved after he was left critically injured from the shooting. He is out of Skokie Hospital’s intensive care unit.
It was also revealed someone from the resident the called police hours before the shooting to report an armed robbery inside the home, according to Northfield community documents obtained by the Chicago Tribune.
Authorities are now investigating whether the armed robbery report and shooting incident are related.
Sosa took to Twitter the morning after the incident to issue a brief statement surrounding the media hoopla.
“Who lied and said I got shot! Stop it Girrrrrrrlllll. This girl goes out to u boys too!
“Sorry y’all I know y’all Love em But y’all gone hate me when I’m done! On Odee Patoon Sheriod Whitey Keta! Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh,” he wrote.
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