Family and community angered over nurse’s memorial vandalized because of retaliation; want to rebuild memorial for slain nurse in Little Village
What: Press conference
When Sunday, March 1, 2020
Where: 3200 S Hamlin
Chicago, IL 60623
Time: 2:15 p.m.
Chicago, IL-Frank Aguilar was a nurse that was murdered by multiple gun shot wounds in Little Village on November 12, 2019. There is allegedly nineteen year old repeated offender named Armando Lopez the driver and a thirteen year old juvenile who is the suspected shooter.
Cook County states attorney Kim Foxx’s office has continued to
stonewall the Aguilar family by not wanting to prosecute this case to the fullest and is asking for too much evidence from the Chicago Police detectives. The thirteen year old alleged shooter has not been charged and information has not been given to the family of the juvenile. There are rumors that there might be another perpetrator involved that has not been charged.
Recently nineteen year old Armando Lopez was acquitted by Cook County judge Ciesil Maria Kuriakos from a previous gun charge before the murder of Frank Aguilar. Armando Lopez information of the case is:
Possession of Rifle
Posted $500 Bond on 02/05/2019
Had a Bench Trial found Not Guilty
This past Monday after court the Aguilar family came home and noticed Frank Aguilar’s memorial vandalized. There were candles broken, flowers and roses scattered, and Frank Aguilar’s picture missing. The family has filed a police report which has been generated report Jc508437.
On Sunday, the Aguilar family, friends and others in solidarity’s will rebuild the memorial that was desecrated. The family will continue to ask for the support from public officials, the police to bring justice for those responsible for Frank Aguilar’s murder.