Chicago Man Charged with Murder and Armed Robbery in Fatal Shooting of Limo Driver

CHICAGO, IL – A Chicago man has been charged with murder and armed robbery in connection with the fatal shooting of a limo driver. Kameron Freeman, 29, was taken into custody by the Chicago Police on Thursday.

Authorities have identified Freeman as one of the suspects involved in the robbery and shooting of Mohammad Al Hijoj in North Austin on December 3rd. Another individual, 18-year-old Zayin Kelly from Chicago, was also charged with murder in February in relation to the case.

Mohammad Al Hijoj, a 39-year-old husband and father of three, was the owner of Chicago Worldwide Limo. He was shot and killed at Lotus and Wabansia while working. Witnesses reported seeing four male passengers inside the vehicle shortly before the shooting occurred. The suspects fled the scene after the incident.

Al Hijoj succumbed to his injuries at the hospital, where he was being treated for multiple gunshot wounds. A handgun was recovered near the crime scene by the police. The tragic loss of Al Hijoj has shaken the community and left his loved ones devastated.

The arrest of Freeman and Kelly brings some relief to those affected by the senseless violence that claimed the life of a hardworking individual. Investigators are working diligently to bring justice to the victim’s family and ensure that those responsible for this heinous crime are held accountable for their actions.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the community is left grappling with the consequences of such a tragic event. The impact of Al Hijoj’s untimely death serves as a reminder of the importance of addressing issues of crime and violence in our society to prevent further loss of innocent lives. The support and solidarity shown to Al Hijoj’s family and friends in the wake of this tragedy highlight the resilience and compassion of the community during difficult times.