Samantha Gordon Death: Person died from suicide in Highland Park, IL

Family and friends mourn Sammy Gordon who passed away tragically from suicide - Learn more about Sammi Gordon death and obituary

Samantha Gordon Death – A Highland Park, IL female has tragically passed away from a tragic incident. Samantha Gordon otherwise called Sammie or Sammy Gordon died from an apparent suicide in the Highland Park neighborhood in Illinois. The tragic incident reportedly left the entire Highland Park and Chicago, Il communities devastated.

Samantha Gordon was a resident of Highland Park, IL, but was originally from the Deerfield Park area. The beloved female has been described as a fun-loving individual who loved everyone with all her heart. Sam Gordon was pronounced dead from an apparent suicide following a long battle with depression.

Highland Park Police are currently investigating the death incident. This is a developing story….

Samantha Gordon Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family


ALSO READ: Boston police and Massachusetts State Police  investigate accident

Boston police and Massachusetts State Police searched a building in Charlestown near the Tobin Bridge on Tuesday afternoon, but the culprit remained at large. After discovering two firearms but no suspect, police were appealing to the public for assistance.

A Boston Police Department representative said that after a car accident in the area, officers were searching for a “possible armed suspect” in the 200 block of Terminal St. At 12:27 p.m., officers in the Charlestown Housing Development attempted to detain a subject wanted on warrants. The police followed in a marked cruiser as the suspect sped down Chelsea Street, but he managed to outrun them.

The suspect then ran a short distance before crashing into the Terminal Street barrier. Police said he left his car and entered 200 Terminal St. The Boston Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police conducted a SWAT and K9 search of the building after they were called to the location. In addition to the weapon found inside the Charlestown structure, police also located one in the suspect’s vehicle.

The hunt for the culprit in the building was called off by police soon before 4 o’clock. Officers were seen at the site, standing next to a crashed green vehicle. During the hunt, officers also used a boat. A Black man suspect, 6 feet tall, weighs 190 pounds, and sporting long black dreadlocks has been described.

Anyone with information is asked to call the District A-1 tip line at 617-343-4571. The CrimeStoppers Tip Line can be reached by dialing 1-800-494-TIPS or by texting the word “TIP” to the number 27463.

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