After 3 Men Killed Inside Kankakee Home The Questions Remain

Specialists are as yet confronting a bigger number of inquiries than responds to as they examine the passings of three men that were killed within a home in rural Kankakee.


Police say that the three men, all in their 20’s, were tracked down dead Wednesday evening within the home in the 600 block of West Merchant Street, only one block from AMITA Health St. Mary’s Hospital and across the road from a baseball field.


Marco Gomez, who lives nearby to the home, communicated his shock and doubt that such a rough wrongdoing could occur in the calm parkway.

“I was amazed, yet I was happy I didn’t have my children the previous evening,” he said. “I was without anyone else. Imagine a scenario where those slugs got lost.”

Kankakee Mayor Chris Curtis says that the Illinois State Police are starting to lead the pack in the examination.

“With three bodies, we needed to get the state police wrongdoing unit,” he said.”

Curtis said that the bodies were found when an overall brought in a prosperity check at roughly 2 p.m. It is accepted that the people inside the house were killed at some point during the short-term hours.

It’s very miserable, yet it’s normal to hear shots around here any longer,” neighbor Tracy Wright said.

The NAACP likewise sent its Rapid Response group to the area.

“Individuals shoot first around here, and they don’t clarify pressing issues,” Steve Hunter told columnists.

The characters of the casualties stay obscure right now, and an intention behind the shooting likewise stays a secret. No suspects have been recognized, and police are as yet going through the home, looking for hints regarding what unfolded inside its walls.