Three More Charged in Monday Homicide

Three more people are facing charges in connection Monday’s shooting death of a Kenosha man. According to police, two men shot Willie Owens on Monday while he stood in his front yard. Police said Latonio Simpson and James Butler pulled out handguns and shot Owens when he tried to breakup a fight. On Wednesday, 27-year-old Edwin Johnson and 38-year-old Tracy Kennedy, both of Kenosha, were arrested for their roles in the crime. In addition, warrant was issued for 29-year-old Raphael Rush, of Kenosha, who is facing charges of first-degree homicide. The same charges were filed Wednesday against Simpson, of Chicago, and Butler, of Racine. They also remain at large.



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