That Was Quick
- Chicago police are questioning a person of interest Tuesday evening in the fatal shooting of a longtime Cook County judge and the wounding of his girlfriend outside his Far South Side home, according to law enforcement sources.
Judge Raymond Myles, 66, was slain shortly before 5 a.m. Monday when he came to the aid of his girlfriend outside his home in the West Chesterfield neighborhood after she was shot in the leg by an assailant.
The brazen attack, believed to be the first fatal shooting of a Chicago-area judge in more than three decades, touched off a massive investigation.
Keep your ears open.