Bond set for father of July 4 shooting suspect


The father of a man charged with killing 7 people at a July 4th parade appears in court Saturday. He's charged with 7 felony counts of reckless conduct for helping his son get a gun license. Robert krimo junior's bond was set at $50,000, the judge agreed to his release, he must hand over any guns at home on Friday when cremo turned himself in, Lake county states attorney Eric Reinhardt said, charges were based on the dad's sponsoring his son's application for a gun license before the July 4th shooting outside Chicago. Harrison guardians are in the best position to decide whether they're teenagers should have a weapon. Reinhardt wouldn't elaborate but authorities have said accused shooter Robert cremo the third attempted suicide by machete and family members had said he threatened to kill everyone. That came before his dad sponsored his gun application. He knew what he knew and he signed the form anyway. I'm Julie Walker

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