Police dating victim
Police say that when the victim showed up at the hotel in the 1200 block of South Seaward Avenue late Wednesday morning to meet that woman, the second suspect used a baseball bat to attack the victim by striking him on the head.A Baton Rouge man is accused of robbing a man he met through a dating app and his two roommates inside their apartment, police say.Police have released photos of a suspect wanted in connection with the stabbing which occurred in a Burlington apartment on Sunday, Aug. In the early morning hours, officers were called to an apartment on Maple Crossing Boulevard where they located a man in his 50s suffering from at least one stab wound.
The Kane County prosecutors allege that sometime after 1 a.m. 12, 2019, Harvest pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded money. According to Elgin police, the victim allegedly arranged to meet with someone he had been communicating with on a dating app.When deputies arrived, they found a vehicle crashed into a downstairs apartment with the driver unresponsive.The driver, who they identified as Ward, had been shot.James Rooks, 37, of Fort Lauderdale is accused of using the app Grindr to talk with a man, according to court documents.The two agreed to meet at a location on Cross Creek Drive and after meeting, went into a parking garage.