Ex-Steeler’s Brother Booked For Double Homicide
The sibling of previous Pittsburgh Steeler Antwaan Randle El gave up to cops throughout the end of the week regarding the shooting passings of two ladies in Wisconsin, specialists said.
Marcus Randle El, 33 — who additionally played football at the University of Wisconsin — surrendered himself to Chicago cops Saturday and faces two tallies of first-degree deliberate manslaughter, specialists said at a question and answer session.
A passing driver discovered Seairaha Winchester, 30, and Brittany McAdory, 27, experiencing a few discharge wounds in the southern Wisconsin city of Janesville on Feb. 10. They were raced to the emergency clinic, where they were articulated dead.
Examiners trust Randle El took the ladies’ SUV after the shootings and discarded it along I-294 close to Justice, Illinois — around 30 miles northwest of his old neighborhood of Homewood, Illinois, the Janesville Gazette revealed.
Video from early that morning at a TA Express corner store shows two unfortunate casualties leaving in the SUV, Janesville Lt. Charles Aagaard told columnists at a news meeting. The examination uncovered that Randle El was in the zone at that point and intended to meet them, as indicated by Aagaard.
Police have said Randle El and the two ladies knew one another, however, didn’t give further subtleties, the Gazette revealed. In spite of the fact that he handed himself over, Randle El has not admitted to the killings, as indicated by the report.