Coroner IDs Evanston man as victim in Hainesville domestic-violence shooting

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A man found shot in Hainesville Friday night who later died has been identified as a resident of Evanston.

Lake County Coroner Howard Cooper said Monday that the victim was 38-year-old Raphel Speed. Cooper said the preliminary results of an autopsy confirmed Speed died due to injuries from a gunshot. Toxicology results are pending.

Grayslake Police Chief Phillip Perlini said on Monday that the investigation is ongoing and nobody had been charged. Perlini described the shooting as related to domestic violence.

"We are not looking for any suspects, as all involved have been or are being questioned," he said.

While no one is in custody, Perlini said there is no threat to the public.

According to Perlini, Grayslake police officers, who patrol Hainesville through a contract, were called to 110 W. Big Horn Drive at 11:26 p.m. Friday, where they found a man lying face down in the driveway and three other occupants of the house outside.

Speed was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville and was pronounced dead at 12:35 a.m. Saturday, Perlini said.

Sgt. Christopher Covelli of the Lake County sheriff's office said evidence technicians from the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force were at the scene Saturday assisting with the investigation.

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