Police pursued a car on Saturday that fit the description of one involved in a homicide, according to Skokie police officials, and Evanston police officers picked up a passenger.
Police followed a car into Skokie Saturday that matched the description of one involved in a homicide, according to Skokie police officials. The driver bailed, Skokie police said, but Evanston police picked up the passenger. Skokie police officers helped to canvass the area for the driver, according to Skokie police officials, but did not assist in a chase. Reached via e-mail Sunday afternoon, a spokesperson for the Evanston police department said only that the agency had “no information on it at this time.” Patch will update this story if and when further details become available.
Anthony Rapoport, 24, will face court Monday afternoon for allegedly murdering his aunt Nancee, 49, on Christmas Day.
The Nancee Rapoport murder case will continue this week with a preliminary court hearing Monday afternoon. Anthony Rapoport, faces first degree murder charges for allegedly bludgeoning Nancee, his aunt, to death with a baseball bat on Christmas Day. Prosecutors will try to establish probable cause for holding the 24-year-old Wilmette-resident for Nancee's death. Anthony's bail was set for $8 million in cash on Dec. 27 during a bond hearing at the Skokie at the Second Municipal District Circuit Court of Cook County. Nancee, 49, died Dec. 26 from the head injuries she sustained, Assistant State's Attorney Robert Heilingoetter told the court last week. Police arrested Anthony the day before the slaying, on Christmas Eve, after they were …