January 27, 2024

USA: 23yo Shot, Killed 8 People Total. His Mother, His Aunt, 3 Sisters, His Brother, His Uncle, And Non-Relative. Suspect Fled Illinois To Texas And Killed Himself. Had Criminal Record With Gun Charges.


There is a domestic violence problem and lack of self control.
👇 back to my regular spiel. 👇
Murder is already a crime. We don't have a gun problem. We have a lack of self-control problem, a criminal supremacists problem and a Commie Democrats local district attorney's, judges, parole officers soft on crime problem, not doing shit to catch the criminals as in crimes go unsolved, and when they do catch the criminals, they immediately release them back onto the streets to allow them to continue terrorizing the community. These same people siding with the criminals want to take away YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms in order to defend yourself, your business, your family and home against these criminal supremacists and a tyrannical government. Remember, criminals DO NOT obey laws. Therefore, criminals will have access to guns through gun trafficking venues and you will be left defenseless with no guns because the same government siding with criminals THEY'RE ALLOWING to terrorize you with guns said they wanted to keep you safe from guns. The anti-gun prosecutors are not even prosecuting gun crimes. But god forbid you kill an intruder, robber or rapist in self-defense in your home or on your private property, these same Commie Democrat district attorneys or prosecutors will charge you with murder and have you locked up for years in prison. (emphasis mine)
FOX 32 Chicago pubilshed January 22, 2024: Family members identify victims in Joliet murders. Police are still searching for the suspect involved in eight murders.
FOX 32 Chicago pubilshed January 23, 2024: Victims ID'd in Joliet murders. It is believed that the suspect took his own life in Texas.
FOX 32 Chicago pubilshed January 23, 2024: Victims in Joliet murders identified as gunman's family members. Romeo Nance is suspected to have killed seven family members and another person before fleeing to Texas, where he took his own life.
Here is a snippit from the FOX32 News video above. Reporter says, "and we were able dig a bit into Nance's criminal background. Last year he was charged with obstruction of a peace officer, having a firearm without a valid FOID card, discharging weapon at an occupied vehicle. Also last year there's a battery charge as well as a criminal damage to government property charge." Commie Democrats believe based on their no bail no jail justice for criminals laws that he is not a danger to society and should be allowed to terrorize society.

I had to go look up what FOID meant, according to OakBrookLaw.com, "To have a legal right to carry own firearms and ammunition in Illinois, you must have your FOID card, and your weapon must be registered. A FOID limits weapons possession to your own land, your place of dwelling, or your place of business." Interesting how the Commie Democrats allowed this criminal arrested for gun charges with NO valid FOID card to go free. (emphasis mine)
CNN News
written by Joe Sutton, Melissa Alonso and Jennifer Feldman
Tuesday January 23, 2024

A man suspected of killing eight people, most of whom were his relatives, in Chicago-area shootings died after turning a gun on himself following a confrontation with federal law enforcement, police say.

Romeo Nance, 23, was found Monday by US Marshals near Natalia, Texas – more than 1,000 miles from where seven victims were found shot to death Sunday in two homes in the south Chicago suburb of Joliet, according to the Joliet Police Department. Authorities believe Nance is also linked to a Sunday shooting in Will County, Illinois, that left a 28-year-old dead, Joliet Police Chief Bill Evans said Monday.

Nance shot himself with a handgun after being confronted by officials, police said.

Investigators have yet to determine Nance’s motive, but Nance was related to “if not all, a vast majority of the people” found dead in the homes, Evans said during a Tuesday news conference.

The victims have not been publicly identified. They range in age from 14 to 47 years old, Evans said.

In one residence, authorities found the bodies of two girls, aged 14 and 16, two women, aged 20 and 38, and a 38-year-old man, according to Evans. In the other residence, a 47-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man were found dead.

At a separate scene in Will County, deputies found a person “with blood coming out of his head, and upon deputy’s arrival, they located a gunshot wound,” Will County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief of Operations Dan Jungles said.

Jungles said the eighth victim, 28-year-old Toyosi Bakare, was taken to a hospital and died of his injuries. Bakare was from Nigeria and had been living in Will County, which includes Joliet, for three years, Jungles said.

“It is believed that the weapon used in this incident was a 9-millimeter handgun,” Jungles said in Tuesday’s news conference. He added robbery was not a motive as money was found in the area near where Bakare was located.

Nance’s car – a red Toyota Camry – was seen at the scene and the sheriff’s department began to surveil Nance’s last-known address, hoping to find the vehicle, Jungles said.

After no sign of Nance or his car, deputies knocked on the door of a home, but received no response, Jungle said at a news conference.

“When they received no response, they knew the house across the street was related to the individuals that resided at that house and they walked over there,” Jungle said.

At the second home, deputies saw blood on the door and entered to find two dead victims, he said. Five more victims were found in the first home, though it is unclear how long they had been dead, he said.

“I’ve been a policeman 29 years. This is probably the worst crime scene I’ve ever been associated with,” Evans said at the news conference.

Nance is also believed to be connected to another shooting on Sunday, according to authorities.
ABC 7 Chicago published January 22, 2024: 9 shot, 8 fatally, by same man across 4 crime scenes in Joliet area: police. Police searched for Romeo Nance, their prime suspect in nine shooting which killed eight people at four separate crime scenes in the Joliet area.
I typed a transcript of a snippit from ABC7 Chicago news video above. Reporter says, "Police say Nance does have a criminal history. In fact, records obtained by the ABC7 i-Team show about a year ago he was arrested ON MULTIPLE FELONY GUN CHARGES. Police this evening could not confirm whether or not he's currently out on bond." Increbile in a state and city that is run by Commie Democrats who have for gun control laws in place. It looks like those laws don't apply to the criminal terrorists they favor so much to do their bidding keeping the population living oppressed and in fear. (emphasis mine)
Regardless of The Illinois Network for Pretrial Justice defense of their new social justice law that radically favors criminals. He was release because of the laws that were already in place prior to the safety act. So Chicago and Illinois laws STILL FAVOR THE CRIMINALS THEN AND NOW. He was arrested for a gun offense and allowed to roam the streets. I thought Commie Democrats hated guns and want to ban guns? Is that hatred only for people who legally apply for gun licenses and legally use their gun in self defense of person or property? (emphasis mine)
CBS Chicago published January 25, 2024: Girlfriend of suspect in Joliet, Illinois murders faces up to 6 years in prison. Kyleigh Cleveland Singleton, 21, appeared in court on Thursday. She was the girlfriend of 23-year-old Romeo Nance.

Patch.com, Illinois local
written by John Ferak, Patch Staff
Thursday January 25, 2024

JOLIET, IL — The Illinois Network for Pretrial Justice issued a strongly worded press release on Thursday afternoon to correct what it says is significant misinformation circulating surrounding the mass murders in Joliet on Sunday.

“Tragedies are no time for politics, and it is inappropriate to trade on human sorrow to spread dangerous misinformation solely to score political points – and undermine policies that actually make our communities safer. Our hearts go out to all those impacted by these sad events,” declared Ben Rudell, ACLU of Illinois, a member of the Illinois Network for Pretrial Justice.

According to the statewide organization, Joliet mass murder defendant's Romeo Nance’s previous Will County arrests occurred prior to the enactment of the Pretrial Fairness provisions of the SAFE-T Act. His most serious charged offense was aggravated discharge of a weapon, and the Will County judge set a $100,000 bail in that case.

In March 2023 — two months after Nance's arrest and six months before the elimination of cash bond — someone paid the required 10 percent, which was $10,000, to free Nance from custody.

On Wednesday, Joliet Patch reported that Romeo Nance's now-21-year-old girlfriend, Kyleigh Cleveland, was responsible for posting his bond, falsely identifying herself on court documents as being his sister.

Under the old pretrial laws, the prosecution had no authority to request Nance be denied release, according to the Illinois Network for Pretrial Justice. Also, because aggravated discharge is a probationable offense, Nance was not eligible for detention at that time, regardless of how dangerous the judge believed Nance to be.

"This ensured he was given a money bond that could then be paid to secure his release," the organization explained.

Now, under the Pretrial Fairness Act, aggravated discharge is clearly listed as a charge for which release may be denied, the group announced in Thursday's press release. Nance was also facing several other weapons-related charges that were likewise previously ineligible for detention but are now detainable under the Pretrial Fairness Act.

"If Mr. Nance had been arrested while the Pretrial Fairness Act was in effect, the prosecution could have requested his detention and the court could have granted it. In at least one media report, a judge decried his inability to detain Nance’s girlfriend Kyleigh Cleveland-Singleton, who has been charged with obstructing justice," the Illinois Network for Pretrial Justice declared.

The social justice group further explained, "unlike Nance, Ms. Cleveland-Singleton’s charge does require she be released and given an initial opportunity to succeed while awaiting trial and presumed innocent. Cleveland-Singleton has not been accused of any violence, her offense is the lowest class of felony, and she is caring for a 3-year-old son who just lost numerous members of his family to violence. Importantly, the old money bond system also did not allow judges to deny someone release for obstruction of justice, a non-violent Class 4 felony."

Before the Pretrial Fairness Act took effect, Cleveland-Singleton would have been ordered released — either with or without payment of a money bond, the group pointed out.

"The court now retains the power to set numerous conditions of release that do not involve paying money. And though Ms. Cleveland-Singleton was ordered released today, she must remain on electronic monitoring. Moving forward, should Ms. Cleveland-Singleton violate the conditions of her pretrial release, the court has the power to take her into custody."

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