The paralyzed partner of slain Chicago police officer Ella Frances is facing a “possible lifelong disability,” according to a fundraiser who posted the first photo of the severely injured officer in his hospital bed.
The 29-year-old Frenchman was shot dead and his companion Carlos Annez was seriously injured after being pulled over by a car on the south side of the city on Saturday. Emont Morgan, 21, and his 22-year-old brother Eric. Guilty guilty, Has been charged with felony criminal mischief.
Annez was shot in the eye, a bullet in her brain, According to CBS Chicago..
Yance’s sister Nicole Yanise and sister-in-law Evelyn Gambo wrote in a GoFundMe campaign that as of Wednesday morning, they had raised more than 4 154,000 from their $ 250,000 target.
“Apart from the psychological trauma, the physical damage to everyone should never have happened,” he said.
The family said Yannis would “need home renovations, housing and transportation to improve access and quality of life.”
“Much of his face and eye sockets were broken during the incident, but thankfully he has been surgically repaired. We hope to miraculously recover but for the time to come.” You have to prepare.
“We will always pray for the stability of the blood vessels in his brain. Most importantly, we are thankful from the bottom of our hearts that he is indeed alive.
The account describes Yannis as “Brenda’s loving husband and father loving his nearly 3-year-old son CJ”, who was born with craniosynostosis, a congenital defect in which the baby’s skull bones grow very quickly. Get together
“He has undergone several cranial surgeries and needs ongoing treatment. During Carlos’ recovery, much will be on Brenda’s shoulders financially, physically and emotionally,” relatives wrote.
Meanwhile, a large crowd gathered at the Ogden District Police Station in Landell on Tuesday night to monitor the French people.
According to the shop, the audience included Yaniz’s father, Carlos Yanis Sr.
A simple traffic stop turned into a tragedy. Yes, we will never forget Ella or the other officers here and my son, but people will do it because they don’t feel the pain we feel.
Yenise said her son called her just 20 minutes before the shooting, telling her he loved her.
“They told me, ‘I don’t like it,'” he said. “He has two bullets in his head – one in his brain, one in his eye.” But he is still fighting. He is still trying to live for his son – 3-year-old son Carlos III.
Andrew French, the brother of the slain policeman, also spoke out.
“She loved it and she loved this city. She loved everything about it except the dirty parts we all know. And she tried to be a police officer and do these things. Tried to change.
The French Week will take place on Wednesday at the St. Rita in the Cascais Shrine Chapel, with the last rites scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday.
Amount was. Accused of first degree murder, First-degree attempted murder, unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful use of a weapon by a criminal.
Prosecutors say his brother faces charges of weapons and obstruction.