Shooting outside Chicago hospital last weekend
Shooting: On Sunday, a judge ordered no bail for a man who shot and killed another outside Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
The shooting took place in the southwestern suburb of Oak Lawn, Illinois, early Saturday morning.
Prosecutors said on Sunday that Marques Rose, 36, shot and killed a man around two in the morning.
The shooting happened outside the emergency room.
Additionally, prosecutors revealed that Rose was out on bond for another case.
He currently has five felony convictions, including charges of firearms and burglary.
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Before the incident
According to prosecutors, Marques Rose and the victim were at 87th and Vincennes for an evening gathering.
After two people were shot in the area, a large group followed one of the victims to the Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
Rose and 28-year-old Brandon McGee, the victim, were members of the group.
Hospital security called the police when the large group arrived on the scene.
According to prosecutors, Rose and McGee got into a heated argument.
McGee reportedly pushed Rose to the ground, and people pulled the two apart to cool off.
After some time, Rose returned and shot McGee in the head, killing him instantly.
Rose tried to flee the scene, but the police were already there.
However, they tracked him down and found the weapon under a nearby car.
Prosecutors said surveillance footage and testimony caught the entire event.
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The judge refused to order bail for Marques Rose.
They explained that despite the victim pushing Rose to the ground, people separated them to cool off.
The judge also said that a push and a gun are not equal in terms of force.
The gunman, Marques Rose, is due to appear in court on Monday for breaching his bond.
No bail for man accused of shooting another in head outside Advocate Christ Medical Center