South Side HBT
A Roseland man disguised in women’s clothing shot a neighbor, then smashed the man’s car windows and set the vehicle ablaze early Saturday, according to police and prosecutors.
Police say Lepaul Williams quarreled with his neighbor over an ex-girlfriend, then donned a black wig, pink halter-top, blue pajama pants and armed himself with a handgun, according to police reports.
Thus disguised, Williams, 35, walked up to his neighbor, Bryan Stalling and a group of men shooting dice down the block from his home on the first block of East 102nd Place around 1 a.m., according to police reports. Williams shot Stalling in the chest once, then walked to Stalling’s car, smashed out the windows with the butt of his pistol, doused the car in lighter fluid and set it on fire, witnesses told police.
[...] Williams then barricaded himself in his house and was removed by Chicago Police SWAT Team members, police reports state.