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UPDATE- Suspect Arrested In Killing Of Son Of Former Sturgeon Bay High School Principal



Chicago police say a suspect is in custody in the shooting death of 28-year-old Wil Lewis, the son of a former Sturgeon Bay High School Principal. Police say 31-year-old Eric Vaughn of Chicago was arrested Saturday, the same day Lewis was shot at a bus stop in the Rogers Park area of Chicago.


Wil Lewis moved to Sturgeon Bay when he was seven and his father Joseph Lewis became principal,  and lived here until after his sophomore year in high school.  Media reports say Lewis was a photographer who had recently moved to Chicago where he was to start a job today.


The Chicago Tribune says Vaughn has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder. Police do not believe Lewis was the target. 



The son of a former Sturgeon Bay High School principal was shot and killed in Chicago Saturday in what police are calling a case of mistaken identity.

According to the Chicago Tribune, 28-year-old Wil Lewis was shot in the back while standing on a street in the Rogers Park neighborhood. Lewis was a photographer who was supposed to start a new job in Chicago today.

Lewis moved to Sturgeon Bay when he was seven-years-old when his father Joseph Lewis was principal and lived here for several years. 


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