CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities have classified as a homicide the death of a Chicago man who recently, a decade after he was shot multiple times on the city's West Side.
According to the Cook County Medical Examiner's office, an autopsy conducted on Sunday on the remains of 41-year-old Marco Rainge, who died Jan. 14, was the result of complications of gunshot wounds that he suffered Oct. 12, 2010.
The Chicago Police Department said on Monday morning that the original aggravated battery investigation has been changed to a homicide investigation. No arrests were made at the time of the shooting, and police said that the victim of the shooting, identified by the medical examiner's office, did not cooperate with detectives. The department said the case remains an open investigation.