Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Illinois Lesbian Jail Officer Shoots Lover, Dies

Erika Aguirre, 28, of Berwyn, Illinois broke into a home and shot Deisy Jaimes, her lesbian lover, several times, critically wounding her as well as her father, Enrique Jaimes, as his wife and other two teenage children all escaped after shots fired by Aguirre missed hitting anyone else.  The incident concluded when Aguirre committed suicide with a single shot to her head.

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-- From "Correctional officer committed suicide after shooting 2" by The Associated Press 11/17/15

Bridgeview (Illinois) Police Chief Walter Klimek identified the dead woman as 28-year-old Erika Aguirre. The Cook County Sheriff's Office says Aguirre was an employee for four years, working at the jail's intake division. Klimek says Aguirre and a 27-year-old woman had been in a relationship for four years but had recently broken up.

Klimek says Aguirre broke into the home southwest of Chicago about 11:30 p.m. Sunday and shot the 52-year-old man twice. The former girlfriend was then shot numerous times. Klimek says both are in critical condition at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

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From "Cook County correctional officer shot two, then killed herself in Bridgeview" by Ashlee Rezin and Simone Alicea, Chicago Sun-Times 11/16/15

Neighbors called police at 11:32 p.m. when they saw a woman, dressed in black and carrying a gun, walking around the house, according to Bridgeview Police Chief Walter Klimek.

Officers responded to the home, looked through a window and saw a person lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen, Klimek said. The 5th District SWAT unit, comprised of members from police departments from the 5th District Circuit Court area, was then called to the scene.

The unit entered the home and found the woman dead in the kitchen, Klimek said.

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From "Cops: Female guard shot ex-girlfriend, dad in Bridgeview, then killed herself" posted at Chicago Tribune 11/16/15

[Erika Aguirre] broke a basement window while the couple and their three children were inside, police said.

The 17-year-old heard glass break and went to investigate. She "confronted the shooter in the basement, at which point she was able to escape," Klimek said, but not before she was shot at "a couple of times" but not struck.

The 17-year-old was able to alert her mother and brother, and they were able to escape from the house.

A semi-automatic gun was recovered along with three magazines, each of which holds up to 15 rounds, Klimek said. He said about 15 rounds were fired inside the home.

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From "Woman Kills Self After Shooting Ex-Girlfriend And Ex’s Father In Bridgeview" posted at WBBM-AM780 CBS Chicago 11/16/15

Aguirre then confronted 52-year-old Enrique Jaimes, and shot him twice. She then went to an upstairs bedroom, and shot 22-year-old Deisy Jaimes in the head, shoulders, and legs, police said. Both victims were taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in critical condition.

Neighbor Jeff Polston said he called 911 after a girl who got out of the house unharmed knocked on his door for help. She told him about the intruder, describing her as a cold-blooded killer.

“She just said it was methodical; very slow, and not nervous,” Polston said.

Investigators determined Aguirre and Deisy James had been in a recent relationship, until they broke up.

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