Fourth Suspect Arrested in Kenosha Murder Case

A 16-year-old Chicago boy facing charges for his role in the murder of a Kenosha man is now behind bars. Latonio Simpson is one of five man arrested in connection with the death of Willie Owens. Three of the suspects have been in custody since shortly after the October homicide, but Simpson and a second Chicago man — 22-year-old James Butler — were being sought on warrants. According to Deputy District Attorney Michael Graveley, Simpson was recently arrested in Cook County. He was transferred to Kenosha County on Friday, and is expected to make his initial appearance in court here this morning. Another of the five suspects, 29-year-old Raphael Rush turned himself in to Chicago Police in late October. He is still awaiting extradition to Kenosha County, and is next expected to appear in court in Cook County on Tuesday.  



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