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Arrest warrant issued for 2nd suspect in Orland Park home invasion

Warren Lamont Hunter |  Phofrom OrlPark police

Warren Lamont Hunter | Photo from Orland Park police

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a second suspect in a home invasion and shooting Friday in west suburban Orland Park, Ill., and police were searching for two more suspects.

The warrant was issued Monday for Warren Lamont Hunter, 31, of Gary, one of four people who allegedly participated in the invasion in the 10900 block of Antelope Lane about 2:50 a.m. Friday, Orland Park police said in a release.

Hunter is described as 5 feet 3 inches, 124 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes, police said. Police said he should be considered armed and dangerous.

One suspect, Anthony M. “A-Train” Espinoza, 27, was found fatally shot in his northwest Indiana home Friday night, officials said. Authorities think Espinoza killed himself as they approached his East Chicago home about 8 p.m. Friday. A person ran from the home and told officers Espinoza had shot himself in his head.

Police also were looking for two more suspects.

The men forced their way through a side door at the Orland Park home about 2:50 a.m. Friday, Orland Park police said.

Shots were fired in a bedroom after “a brawl” broke out. A man was shot three times, in the hand, arm, shoulder and leg, police said.

The man’s fiance, who also was in the room, was not injured. Two children — ages 5 and 6 — and a nanny also were home at the time and were not injured, police said.

The shooting victim then got into his van and chased the robbers’ PT Cruiser. The men shot at the victim three times as he pursued them. The man finally lost sight of the robbers on I-80 around Harlem Avenue, McCarthy said.

Police said the victim — who owns a car-customizing business and sometimes parked expensive vehicles in the driveway — was targeted.

“We have no indication at this time that the victim or his family were involved in any type of illegal activity. He is a businessman,” McCarthy said, “an innocent victim.”

Anyone with information on Hunter’s whereabouts should contact Orland Park police at (708) 349-4111.



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