Illinois fatal shootings, Kenosha police arrest 2

Kenosha police arrested two people in connection to the Waukegan, Illinois fatal shootings of two people Wednesday, July 12.

Waukegan police were first called for shots fired around 5 p.m. Wednesday. At the scene, officers found two 18-year-old women shot dead in a vehicle.

Through witness statements, police said they identified Jonathan Stinnette, 18, of Winthrop Harbor, Illinois man as a suspect. After the shooting, police say he and a 21-year-old from Waukegan fled the scene in a black Nissan. Based on witness statements, the shooting appears to have been domestic-related.

Kenosha police make arrests in connection to Waukegan, Illinois fatal shootings

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Police learned the two fled northbound from the scene toward Winthrop Harbor, Illinois. The suspect vehicle was later located at a Kenosha home that the two were known to frequent. The Kenosha Police Department took both people into custody.

Stinnette was taken to the Kenosha County Jail pending extradition back to Illinois. Officials in Illinois issued an arrest warrant for the 18-year-old for four counts of first-degree murder with a $5 million bond. The 21-year-old was released.