E-mailed photo helps Chicago cop catch murder suspect


By Annie Sweeney
The Chicago Sun-Times

CHICAGO Chicago Police stopped a murder suspect from leaving the country Monday by e-mailing his photo to the cell phone of a detective who was then able to stop him as he waited to board a flight at O'Hare, police said.

Grand Central Area detectives at the home where Deena David, a Chicago mother, was found strangled called in the suspect's name to a new computer center at police headquarters at 9 p.m. Sunday.

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