Child Enticement Suspect Found At O’Hare

A Kenosha convenience store owner who fled after being convicted of child enticement was captured this week at O’Hare Airport in Chicago. 47-year-old Naser Yusuf was convicted in a Kenosha County jury trial in April. After the conviction, while still out on bond awaiting sentencing, he disappeared. Assistant District Attorney Jason Zapf said Yusuf was arrested Tuesday at O’Hare. Federal authorities had been alerted that he had booked a flight from Amman, Jordan, to Chicago. Homeland Security had notified the Chicago Police Department, and he was arrested at customs as he got off his flight. Zapf said he is expected to appear in court (in Kenosha) this morning.

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