Sircie Varnado, a 46-year-old mom of 5, was reportedly shot and killed final Wednesday (June 12), at a Chicago-area Walgreens by a person described as an “unofficial safety guard.”
In response to CBS Chicago, Varnado was on her solution to go to her boyfriend and determined to cease by to choose some issues up from the pharmacy chain when a retailer clerk confronted her and accused her of shoplifting.
The clerk then referred to as a buddy for help. That buddy arrived with a gun and recognized himself as a police officer.
A verbal argument ensued, which led to a bodily battle. The unidentified man shot Varnado within the head, killing her, earlier than he fled the scene.
“She didn’t need to be executed like that,” Varnado’s sister, April Reed, advised CBS Chicago.
“He may have simply held her for the police. He didn’t need to shoot her in her face. She didn’t don’t have any weapon.”
In response to ABC 7 Chicago, officers are contemplating the person an “unofficial safety guard” on the Walgreens and have reportedly been in touch with him.
On Wednesday, he was reportedly questioned by police and this isn’t the primary time he’s posed as an officer. Final summer season, he was accused of threatening a lady whereas as soon as once more claiming he was a cop.
Police say the person has no connection to legislation enforcement, whereas Walgreens says they don’t have a safety guard at that location.
No fees have been filed within the case as of at the moment (June 20).