Rashad Crosby, 25, reportedly escaped from officers following the machete attack that took place in Chicago and led them to Crosby, according to the officials. This led to a police pursuit of Crosby.
Two men got into a fight over a parking place at an apartment complex, and both of them pulled out machetes to use as weapons. One of the men is accused of repeatedly slashing the other man with the machete. The incident occurred in the Chicago metropolitan region.
According to the Lansing Police Department, Rashad Crosby, 25, of Calumet City, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder for his actions during the incident.
Tuesday morning at approximately 6:30, officers were dispatched to the scene of the incident after receiving reports of a hit-and-run collision. The officials stated that when they arrived at the site, they discovered a male who was 61 years old and had many “deep lacerations” to his body.
The victim stated that he got into an altercation with a guy about the suspect not being permitted to park in the parking lot of an apartment complex. The victim said that the suspect was not allowed to park there.
parking in an apartment complex, as reported by authorities in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Rashad Crosby, 25, from Calumet City has been charged with attempted first-degree murder by the Lansing Police Department in connection with his actions during the confrontation. Crosby is accused of throwing a punch at another person.
After receiving reports of a hit-and-run accident just before 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, officers were sent to the location to investigate the incident. When the authorities arrived at the scene, the body of a 61-year-old gentleman had numerous “deep lacerations,” as they put it.
The fight between the victim and the suspect began when the suspect was unable to park in the garage of the apartment complex where the fight took place.