Police charge man in fatal Elgin shooting

  • One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said.

    One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said. Bill O'Neill/ elginet.com

  • Alberto J. Sepeda, 29, has been charged in the fatal shooting of Norbert Gutierrez, 59.

    Alberto J. Sepeda, 29, has been charged in the fatal shooting of Norbert Gutierrez, 59.

  • One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said.

    One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said. Bill O'Neill/ elginet.com

  • One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said.

    One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting in Elgin, police said. Bill O'Neill/ elginet.com

 
 
Updated 11/14/2016 9:25 PM

One Elgin man is dead and a second is in custody in connection with a fatal shooting this weekend in Elgin, police said Monday.

Police said officers responding to reports of a disturbance at 4:15 a.m. Sunday in the 800 block of Morgan Street found a gunshot victim later identified as Norbert Gutierrez, 59.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Police also witnessed another man fleeing the scene in a vehicle with two unwilling occupants. After a short pursuit, police took Alberto J. Sepeda, 29, into custody in the 1100 block of Oakley Avenue. The occupants of the vehicle, a 25-year-old woman and a 1-year-old girl, were not injured, police said.

Gutierrez was taken to Presence Saint Joseph Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Sepeda was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of aggravated kidnapping, one count of home invasion, and two counts of unlawful restraint. He's expected in a Kane County bond court this morning.

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