CHICAGO — A gentleman who authorities say threatened to shoot up the North Coast Tunes Festival was caught since he attacked his mother, officials stated.
The suburban Bridgeview competition warned Tuesday somebody had built a danger on social media from men and women and musical acts established to accomplish. Algonquin police claimed Daniel Susma, 28, was at the rear of the risk — and that he’d already been arrested.
Law enforcement caught Susma and took him into custody for a thing unrelated to the shooting threat: Susma had grabbed, shoved and put his hand more than the mouth of a female relative Monday at his family’s dwelling in suburban Algonquin, explained Algonquin Deputy Chief Ryan Markham.
Court documents clearly show the lady is Susma’s mom, who is far more than 70 years aged, in accordance to the Lake & McHenry County Scanner information website.
Susma is detained in McHenry County jail. He has been charged with aggravated battery of a senior citizen, aggravated domestic battery and five counts of domestic battery, Markham reported.
There is no risk to the Sept. 2-4 competition at SeatGeek Stadium, 7000 S. Harlem Ave. in Bridgeview, law enforcement explained.
Screenshots shared on social media confirmed a Fb post from Susma laden with racial slurs, violent insinuations and a description of a taking pictures at North Coast, a preferred Chicagoland festival which capabilities digital, hip hop and rock acts.
Markham explained Algonquin police and the FBI had formerly investigated Susma’s write-up, achieved with him and decided “he did not pose an precise danger to the party, nor did it surface he experienced the abilities to comply with by means of on them.”
That summary was made prior to Susma attacking his relative, Markham mentioned.
In a statement, a North Coastline consultant reported Susma will not be permitted to buy a ticket or enter the pageant, which is also beefing up stability this calendar year.
“Unfortunately, this has develop into widespread location in this working day and age. NCMF usually takes any danger very very seriously,” a competition spokesperson said in its assertion. “Both NCMF and law enforcement will go on to carefully keep an eye on the circumstance.”
The risk came following a mass capturing in suburban Highland Park at the town’s Fourth of July parade killed seven men and women and hurt more than 40.
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