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Tracking homicides in Chicago

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Showing 13 homicides in West Lawn since Jan. 1, 2007.

Name, age +
story
Date, time +
case number
Block Cause +
Locale
Ismael Rangel, 38
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9/10/13
6:04 p.m.
HW445591
6000 S. Kolmar Ave. Stabbing
Apartment
Freddy Lara, 31
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6/27/13
11:07 p.m.
HW338396
3600 W. 64th St. Gunshot
Apartment
Gustavo Reyes, 19
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3/14/12
9:48 p.m.
HV197846
3600 W. 64th St. Gunshot
Street
James Maca, 60
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1/15/12
4:50 a.m.
HV117352
4200 W. 63rd St. Arson
Apartment
Roberto Rivera, 30
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9/2/10
8:30 p.m.
HS496074
6100 S. Kildare Ave. Gunshot
Garage
Alonso Villarreal, 32
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9/2/10
8:30 p.m.
HS496074
6100 S. Kildare Ave. Gunshot
Garage
Noel Casares, 25
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9/2/10
8:30 p.m.
HS496074
6100 S. Kildare Ave. Gunshot
Garage
Luis Santillian, 30
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9/2/10
8:30 p.m.
HS496074
6100 S. Kildare Ave. Gunshot
Garage
Jovanni Gudino, 24
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8/31/10
10:03 p.m.
HS492647
6700 S. Tripp Ave. Gunshot
Street
David Hresil, 18
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1/8/09
3:35 p.m.
HR112006
5900 S. Springfield Ave. Gunshot
Sidewalk
Brent Wiley, 11 months 9/17/08
3:48 p.m.
HP577195
4000 W. 64th St. Child Abuse
Residence
Jose Rivera, 18
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6/17/08
9:12 p.m.
HP401232
3800 W. 69th Pl. Gunshot
School
Israel Moralez, 25
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7/4/07
10:23 p.m.
HN446344
3600 W. 62nd St. Gunshot
Street

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Tracking homicides in Chicago is an ongoing project of the RedEye. This site is updated regularly with information from the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office, the Chicago Police Department and the Chicago Breaking News Center. Information is subject to change. Data points appear Thursdays in RedEye’s print edition.

EveryBlock was a source for 2008 homicide data.

dataSteal the data that drives this application

This application is based on Homicide Report, created for the Los Angeles Times by Ken Schwencke. It was adapted for use in Chicago by Ryan Mark, Chris Groskopf, Joe Germuska and Brian Boyer.

Tracy Swartz wrangles the data and writes the posts.