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"And Joliet last night. WEBCGM's Mike Krause joins us live on the line from the scene where police are still gathered Mike. Police are evidence techs are still processing the scene eleven hours later in this two story brick house near the corner of Wilson and Whitley blocked off with yellow police tape. One tech bright out an evidence bag the size of a leaf bag. It was just after ten last night. When neighbors Sarah FOX heard a woman screaming outside allowed scoring. That was like a screen that would make you know, bring to your attention to come outside and whatnot. Came outside. It was police cars everywhere. Police say they were responding to gunshot victims at this helmet. Appears the woman who was screaming found the bodies upstairs. A man a woman and two young kids. Police do believe this was a murder suicide live and Joliet. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM passionate. Elgin residents spoke out last night as the Elgin city council decided to have an outside firm look into a deadly police shooting last year. Hillard Heintz co founded by former Chicago police superintendent, Terry Hillard will be among other things about the actions of Lieutenant Christian Jensen he shot to death the Cynthia Clements. Last March Elgin councilwoman rose Martinez. Not everybody's gonna be happy. But I think this is good. This is a good start residents who spoke indicated they were pleased. Lieutenant Jensen will remain on leave during the investigation. But they do not want him allowed back to work faster. Carol book ask you, please not to bring Lieutenant Jensen back under any circumstances. And make a clear statement that we do things differently here in Elgin. The Cook County state's attorney has decided not to prosecute Lieutenant Jensen Bernie to foia NewsRadio on one of five point nine FM, a pack meeting and buck town last night residents push back against plans to move in overnight youth homeless shelter into their neighborhood the shelter which is currently in Lakeview has applied for a special use permit that doesn't require resident vote, but does require approval by this owning board Paul Hammond. President and CEO of the night ministry invites those concerned about his program to reach out to him. I responded that you know, we're all about the community engagement. If you have a concern about our program come to heaven says the shelter serves a ball normal population would like to house a safe neighborhood WBZ news time, Dino,."