Authorities Identify 23-Year-Old Shot At College Of Lake County In Grayslake

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The coroner’s office named the 23-year-old Waukegan resident who was shot and killed over the weekend while driving close to the College of Lake County in Grayslake. According to the Lake County Coroner’s Office, Isidro Juarez, 23, of Waukegan, died from a single gunshot wound, according to an autopsy done on him on Monday.

Around 10:45 on Saturday morning, the Grayslake Police Department responded to a complaint about a shooting victim at Northwestern Medicine Center Grayslake, 1475 East Belvidere Road. Lake County Major Crime Task Force Spokesman Christopher Covelli informed officers that Juarez had been declared deceased shortly after arriving at the hospital.

According to an initial inquiry, Juarez was a passenger in a car moving along Grayslake’s Washington Street at Lancer Lane. According to Covelli, a person in another vehicle driving in the exact location started shooting at the victim’s car.

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A gunshot hit Juarez, and the driver hurried him to the hospital, where he later passed away. Multiple shot shells were reportedly seen on the south side of Washington Street, just east of Lancer Lane, close to the College of Lake County entrance, according to a Lake and McHenry County Scanner photojournalist.

As they conducted their investigation throughout the day on Saturday, police taped off a portion of the area. The Grayslake Police Department contacted the Lake County Major Crime Task Force for assistance with the investigation.

Sent The Grayslake-Hainesville Police Department, Lake County Sheriff’s Office, College of Lake County Police, and other law enforcement agencies were to the scene. For several hours, police blocked Washington Street between Atkinson Road and Route 45. On Saturday afternoon, the road was reopened.

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