Info : Published on Aug 24, 2016
A 23-year-old man is currently serving a jail sentence for his best friend’s murder, despite a Chicago police officer actually pulling the trigger. In July of 2012, Tevin Louis, who was 19 at the time, allegedly stole approximately $1,250 from a gyros restaurant with his best friend, Marquise Sampson. After making off with the cash, the two ran in different directions. Sampson encountered Chicago police officer Antonio Dicarlo, who shot and killed Sampson outside his home. When Louis arrived at the scene, Dicarlo and his partner cuffed Louis and charged him with not only disorderly conduct, but with first-degree murder in Sampson’s death.