Chicago (CBS) — Community leaders came together Sunday to demand justice for Jemel Roberson.Jury Deliberations In R. Kelly's New York Trial Expected To Start Friday
About a dozen people held a vigil at St. John Community Church in Robbins. They are demanding that police release the name of the officer who fatally shot the 26-year-old.
Roberson was working as a security guard at Manny’s Blue Room last week when a gunman entered.READ MORE: MISSING: Cherish Taylor, 13, Last Seen In Auburn Gresham
Witnesses said Roberson was trying to subdue the suspect when a Midlothian police officer shot and killed him.
The unidentified officer is on paid leave while Illinois State Police investigate.MORE NEWS: 73-Year-Old Man Dies In Rollover Crash Near Grant Park
Roberson’s family and friends, along with community activists, will hold a protest in Midlothian Plaza starting at 11 a.m. Monday.