The body of a missing Illinois boy was found in Indiana; 3 in custody
Update: The mother of a boy who went missing from Illinois was charged with murder on Saturday after the body of the 6-year-old was discovered near an abandoned house in northwest Indiana, the officials said. authorities.
Damari Perry of North Chicago was reported missing on Wednesday. His body was found in Gary.
Police first learned the boy was missing from Skokie, another Chicago suburb, but the investigation turned to Damari’s home “after the family history was contradicted,” said the Lake County State Attorney.
“Our hearts are tight against the murder of 6-year-old Damari Perry.… Prosecutors, investigators and victim support professionals worked late into the night and early in the morning to make sure we understand this tragic crime now, “Eric Rinehart mentioned.
Jannie Perry, 38, has been charged with first degree murder and other crimes. Two other family members also face charges.
It was not immediately clear if Perry had an attorney who could comment on the allegations. She was due in court on Sunday.
NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. (AP) – The body of a missing Illinois boy was discovered in northwest Indiana on Saturday, police said.
Damari Perry’s body was found near an abandoned house in Gary, police said.
The 6-year-old from north Chicago was reported missing on Wednesday.
“Three adult family members suspected of being responsible for Damari’s death are in police custody. … There is no threat to the general public, ”North Chicago Police said.
An autopsy was scheduled.
Damari was last seen Tuesday as he may have traveled to another Chicago suburb, Skokie, with family members, police said.
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