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Black judge killed in what appears to be a love triangle

“A Cook County criminal court judge beaten last year in an apparent road-rage incident was shot to death early Monday outside his home in the West Chesterfield neighborhood on the Far South Side, police said. Cook County Associate Judge Raymond Myles, 66, was found fatally wounded after officers responded to a call of shots fired at 4:51 a.m. in the 9400 block of South Forest, police said.”

“A 52-year-old woman was shot in the leg and taken to Christ Advocate Medical Center in Oak Lawn, police said. The woman’s relationship to Myles was unclear. Police didn’t give a motive for the killing, but said they don’t believe the shootings were random.”

“The woman had come out of the judge’s house around 5:45 a.m. and encountered the shooter on a concrete pad between the house and the garage, Chief of Detectives Melissa Staples said at a news conference Monday morning. The two “exchanged words” and the woman was shot, and Myles came out of the house in response to the noise. Myles and the man argued, and the man shot Myles multiple times before fleeing on foot, Staples said. The woman, described as a “close associate” of the judge, called 911.”

Judge killed on South Side suffered severe beating last year

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For new ATF chief in Chicago, fighting gangs is personal

“…Sources have told the Chicago Sun-Times that dozens of new ATF agents are being sent to Chicago to fight the gun violence here.”

“…Celinez Nunez remembers the day she knew she would become a law-enforcement officer. She was just eight years old and living in Logan Square.”

“On that day in 1983, she learned that gang members beat her older cousin to death with a nail-studded baseball bat.”

“Hector Sanchez was like her big brother. He combed her hair and took her to school every day. His murder changed Nunez’s life.”

“When this happened I said, ‘You know what? I want to go after these guys. I want to go after these gangbangers that cause havoc in our community.’ I never want anyone to go through what my family went through. For me it’s personal. It really is.”

“Nunez went on to become an agent with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. She held several high-profile positions supervising agents in Seattle and Puerto Rico. And recently, the 41-year-old Northwest Side native landed her dream job. She was named the special agent in charge of the Chicago office of the ATF at a critical time for the agency because of the national focus on violence here.”

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