Fullerton L Stop
Bond was denied Thursday to a 17-year-old charged with killing a woman in March by pushing her down a flight of stairs at a CTA ‘L’ stop, after he had stolen another person’s iPhone.
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with the death of Sally Katona-King, who was pushed down a flight of stairs at the Fullerton Avenue ‘L’ stop as a robber escaped.
She lost her life over an iPhone at a CTA train stop. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot has exclusive new details about what led police to Sally Katona-King’s possible killer, a teenager who is being questioned in the case.
Chicago police were hinting on Thursday that they might have solved the highly-publicized murder of a woman on a stairway at the Fullerton ‘L’ stop on the CTA Red Line four months ago.
It’s been several days since 68-year-old Sally Katona-King died from being pushed at the Fullerton Avenue L stop. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports on how the police may be tracking the killer down.
On Saturday, family and friends of Sally Katona-King honored the life of a woman who rebounded from tragedies, including the violent death of her husband. Katona-King’s relatives now have to do the same.
With the man who caused her death still at large, family and friends of Sally Katona-King gathered Friday to remember a woman who was dedicated to giving to others.
A retired police officer in the far northern suburbs says he thinks he saw the robber – more than 30 miles away from the crime scene.
Police plan to release a sketch of the man who knocked down and killed a 68-year-old grandmother as he bolted from a robbery at the Fullerton ‘L’ stop earlier in the week.
Police are looking for a man who grabbed a woman and molested her at the busy the Fullerton ‘L’ stop on New Year’s morning.