Chicago, IL–(ENEWSPF)– From the Chicago Sun-Times:
A Chicago Police evidence technician was shot in the head and killed Friday afternoon while investigating a car break-in at a garage in the South Chicago neighborhood, and the car’s owner, a former Chicago Housing Authority officer, was slain too.
Chicago Police officer Michael Flisk, 46, was processing the crime scene of the burglary about 1:30 p.m. in the 8100 block of South Burnham, when he and the 46-year-old car owner were shot to death, leaving the families of both men reeling.
The slaying marks the second time a Chicago Police officer was killed in less than a week.
“It’s surreal. Even when I was told, it didn’t resonate,” said Flisk’s sister-in-law, Gina Flisk. “He’s the one who kind of smoothed everything over with everybody. He wasn’t the oldest, but he was the one who kind of made everybody happy.”
More at the Sun-Times.