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Double-Stabbing Suspect Arrested in Michigan, Cops Say

A Chicago Ridge man accused of stabbing his brothers-in-law outside of the Christ Hospital emergency department was arrested in Michigan after a day on the lam, police said. Watch the video of police processing the scene.

The man wanted in a double-stabbing outside the Advocate Christ Medical Center emergency department was arrested in Dearborn, Mich. on Sunday evening, Oak Lawn Police said.

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Kamal Yasin, 32, is accused of stabbing both of his brother-in-laws in a parking lot near the hospital emergency department entrance at 94th Street and Kilbourn Avenue.

Oak Lawn police responded to fight between multiple people in the parking lot around 11:36 p.m. Saturday. According to a witness who did not want his name used, it appeared that a man was beating one of the injured men with a stick.

Several women were also yelling at the men, the witness said.

A nurse who was standing outside the hospital ran to help one of the injured men into the emergency department. Two other men assisted the second man into the hospital. Both had been stabbed.

The witness said that the floor of the waiting area inside the emergency department “was covered in blood.”

The injured brothers included a 30-year-old Burbank man who was stabbed in the head and torso; the younger brother, a 20-year-old Chicago Ridge man, was stabbed in the face and back, police said.

Following the flight, Yasin was said to have fled in a 1996 Mercedes Benz.

Oak Lawn police detectives were able to develop information that put Yasin in the Dearborn, Mich., area on Sunday. The area is known to have large Arab population.

Watch the dramatic video of police processing the alleged crime scene.

With the assistance of the Dearborn Police Department, Yasin’s Mercedes Benz was located in an apartment building’s parking lot, said an Oak Lawn Police news release.

Yasin was taken into custody in the parking lot Sunday evening.

The Cook County State’s Attorney approved a charge of aggravated battery against Yasin. Cook County Judge Peter A. Felice of the 5th District approved an arrest warrant naming Yasin.

Bond for the warrant was set at $50,000.

Yasin, who resides on 103rd Street in Chicago Ridge, is set to appear in a Michigan courtroom for an extradition hearing on Tuesday.

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Video by Todd Sherman/Northern Illinoius Fire Ground Photos

rick December 18, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Thank you Dearborn Police for showing OLPD how it's done
Hank Scorpio December 18, 2012 at 03:29 AM
Show OLPD how it's done? Did you read the article? It clearly said OLPD gave information to Dearborn PD saying the guy was there. I swear to god, the worst invention of all time is the internet comment board. No better place to broadcast your ignorance.
George Pickett December 18, 2012 at 03:38 AM
Figures he'd go to Dearborn....
Mirian December 18, 2012 at 05:10 AM
Give OLPD a break if the jerk would of been here they would of got him so relax nay sayers our police deparment does a fine job. if the idiots who cause trouble would get a life how awesome life would be. Thank You Oak Lawn Police Department we love you. :o)
zula 5 December 18, 2012 at 02:41 PM
They should let him stay in Dearborn. Dont bring him back here he will just make bond and stab someone else.
Borninol December 18, 2012 at 09:14 PM
Hey Rick, could you of done any better? No? Thought so ya douche!!
Moving Target December 18, 2012 at 11:17 PM
Aggravated battery?? How about attempted murder? Let's see, $50,000 bond, and that =$5,000 he has to come up with hmm....I'm sure his community/brothers&sisters will cough it up for him then send him back to Arab-land to hide. Laughs on us once again!

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