Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Chicagoland: Police To Drain Garfield Park Lagoon After Child’s Body Parts Discovered

By Joe Sutton and Rosa Flores
Sep 08, 2015

CHICAGO (CBS) — Police planned began draining the lagoon at Garfield Park as investigators continue their probe of the death of a child whose body parts were found there over the weekend.

Saturday evening, a child’s foot was found in the lagoon in the 200 block of North McCrea Drive, prompting a search of the park. Investigators later found a severed head and other body parts, as well as a weight used to sink the evidence. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office has said the body parts are from an African American or mixed race child between the ages of 2 and 3 years.
The child most likely had short, curly black hair, brown eyes and the earlobes, suggesting the child might be a boy the medical examiner says, but it can’t be ruled out that the child was a girl.

DNA samples have been submitted and a dental consultation have taken place, according to a joint statement from the medical examiner and Chicago police. Fingerprints and footprints have been taken by police.

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