Highland Park Shooting Suspect Appears In Bond Court
This photo provided by the Lake County Major Crime Task Force shows Robert Crimo, III. Crimo III has been charged with seven counts of first Degree Murder in the Fourth of July parade shooting in Highland Park, Ill. (Lake County Major Crime Task Force via AP)

The suspect in the July 4th Highland Park parade shooting is being held without bond. Lake County State’s Attorney Eric Rinehart said a judge found probable cause to hold Robert Crimo the Third on seven counts of first-degree murder. The charges were filed after Crimo allegedly killed seven people and wounded dozens more at the parade north of Chicago on July 4th. Rinehart added the suspect admitted to what he had done.