Robert Crimo Jr., the father of a man charged in a deadly Fourth of July parade shooting in suburban Chicago, pleaded guilty to seven misdemeanors related to his son's gun license. Crimo Jr. was sentenced to 60 days in jail and 100 hours of community service. His son, Robert Crimo III, faces multiple charges, including 21 counts of first-degree murder, for the shooting. Crimo Jr. agreed to the plea deal to spare the community from reliving the tragic events and to protect his son's chance of a fair trial. No trial date has been set for Crimo III.
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