Serenity Childs Obituary, Death – The office of the Waukegan coroner has made the official determination of the names of the two young people who were killed when a shooter opened fire on a car that was packed with adolescents. The car was traveling on a road in Waukegan. When the shooting took place, the automobile was moving at a rapid rate of speed. It has been made very clear by the mayor of the city that he does not support what he refers to as the “epidemic of gun violence.”
After receiving a complaint that shots had been fired in the neighborhood surrounding 2421 Washington Street on Wednesday at 5:06 p.m., officers from the Waukegan Police Department were dispatched to the site at 2421 Washington Street to investigate the situation. According to the reports and allegations made, the event allegedly took place in the neighborhood.
According to Scott Chastain, the Deputy Police Chief of Waukegan, officers reportedly found two female victims of gun violence inside a vehicle in the back parking lot of the Waukegan police department. The vehicle was parked in the back of the building. According to reports, the vehicle was parked in the rear of the Waukegan Police Department offices. According to the reports, autopsies revealed that the individuals had died as a result of gunshot wounds. After getting a phone call that informed them of the situation, the Waukegan Fire Department discovered that both victims had already passed dead prior to their arrival.
The call informed them of the scenario. This was brought to the attention of the department after they had been informed of the situation through phone call, at which point this information became available. The victims have been identified as Serenity Childs, who was 19 years old and was from North Chicago, and Briana Ware Hall, who was 18 years old and was from Waukegan. This information was released by Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek, who made the announcement on Thursday. While Serenity was originally from North Chicago, Briana was a native of Waukegan.
Both of these ladies had a strong connection to the cities in where they had been raised and had spent their whole lives there. According to the initial information received from the authorities, both of the women had reached the age of 18 at the time of the incident. After some time, the mistake in their ages was corrected.