Robert Crimo ameaçou 'matar todo mundo' em sua casa três anos antes de atirar

Robert Crimo ameaçou 'matar todo mundo' em sua casa três anos antes de atirar
Robert Crimo, the 21-year-old man suspected of killing seven in the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, threatened to “kill everyone” in his home with a “collection of knives” three years before he allegedly went on his shooting rampage.

Robert Crimo, the 21-year-old man suspected of killing seven in the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, threatened to “kill everyone” in his home with a “collection of knives” three years before he allegedly went on his shooting rampage.

Police said in a press conference on Tuesday afternoon that law enforcement were called to his home for incidents twice in 2019.

On the second time – in September 2019 – police were called to a report from a family member that Mr Crimo had vowed to “kill” the people inside the home and that he had a “collection of knives”.

Officers responded to the scene and confiscated the knives but did not arrest the suspect.

This came after police were first called to the home in April 2019 to a report that Mr Crimo had tried to kill himself.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office Sgt Christopher Covelli said that an individual had contacted the police saying that they had just learned Mr Crimo had attempted suicide one week earlier.

The incident was referred to mental health professionals, ele disse.

Despite the incidents, Mr Crimo was able to legally purchase multiple firearms in the lead-up to Monday’s attack.

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