A 16-year-previous woman has been charged as an grownup in the stabbing demise early Tuesday of a Wilmette man working for Uber killed while dropping off a passenger in Lincolnwood, authorities stated.
Eliza Wasni, 16, has been charged as an grownup with first-diploma homicide in the killing of Grant Nelson, 34, in accordance with the Cook County state’s lawyer’s workplace.
Nelson of the 1100 block of Isabella Street in Wilmette, was stabbed simply after three a.m. His car, a grey 2015 Hyundai Sonata sedan, was discovered close to Touhy and Lincoln avenues and asuspect was discovered close by, police stated.
Police stated Nelson was a driver for the experience-share firm and was dropping off a passenger in the world when the assault occurred.
It is unclear what connection the suspect might need to the driver. According to police, the suspect was discovered by authorities hiding behind a constructing close to the place the assault occurred.
Nelson was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, the place he died at 7:55 a.m., based on the discharge.
The sufferer’s household has been notified and is being assisted by social providers, the discharge states.
Police haven’t indicated a motive for the stabbing.
Lincolnwood police and the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force are investigating the incident, based on the discharge.
Brian L. Cox is a contract reporter.