Shooting victims upgraded to serious condition

By Tyler Vincent

A 21-year-old shooting victim was transferred from Kishwaukee Community Hospital to Evanston-Northwestern Hospital over the weekend, according to DeKalb Police Chief Bill Feithen.

The victim, a Kishwaukee College student whose name is not being released by investigators, was one of three victims who were shot at a party on Jan. 28 at 885 Regent Drive, Apt. 103.

Nineteen-year-old shooting victim Karlton Dorsey was upgraded to serious condition at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago last Friday, while the condition of the third victim, a 25-year-old Chicago man who was transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, remains unreleased by the hospital.

“From what I have heard, everyone is doing all right,” Feithen said.

Police still are searching for three suspects involved in the shooting; including the primary suspect who was described as being a tall, heavy-set black male who was wearing a powder blue puffy coat and matching baseball cap; the second suspect who was described as a tall thinly-built black male who was wearing a two-tone, mostly green jacket, and a Coogi brand cream and orange sweater with matching cap; and the third suspect who was described as being a tall, thinly-built black male who may have two empty tear drop tattoos and was wearing a powder blue outfit with matching blue baseball cap.