Highland Park shooter interviewed by cops TWICE in 2019 – threatened to ‘kill everyone’

Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo, 21, is facing seven counts of first degree murder, according to state prosecutorsEach charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison without the chance of parole In announcing the charges, Lake County Attorney Eric Rinehart said that there could be ‘a dozen’ more charges laid against Crimo Crimo was quizzed by police in April 2019 and again in September 2019 In April, his family called police a week after he threatened to kill himselfIn September, he threatened to ‘kill everyone’ and cops confiscated 16 knives, a dagger and a sword from him Crimo is also accused of ‘sizing up’ a synagogue in Highland Park in April 2022 during the Passover holiday He was however not arrested and instead, went on to legally buy five guns including two rifles in IllinoisCrimo will make his first appearance in court at 10:00 am on July 6 

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