Freund Sr. and Cunningham forced their son “to remain in a cold shower for an extended period of time and/or struck A.F. on or about his body.”
Andrew’s body was found “buried in a shallow grave wrapped in plastic in a rural area of Woodstock,” Crystal Lake Police Chief James Black said.
Wilson collapsed while inside a holding cell at 11:23 p.m. and was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said.
As of Wednesday morning, a total of 17 overdoses have been reported, including the fatalities, according to Chicago Police Officer Jennifer Bryk.
Police also released a 911 call from April 18, when Andrew Freund Sr. tells a dispatcher that he could not find his son that morning.
No AMBER alert has been issued and police said there is no evidence to suggest that an abduction has occurred.
Police said the attack was Elk Grove Village’s first reported shooting incident in two years.
Police dogs searching for Andrew’s scent have only detected it inside the home, “indicating that Andrew had not walked away on foot,” police said.
The victim believed he was going to meet a female he met through the Scout app about 2:30 p.m. outside a building in the 2100 block of Best Place.
Gabriel Aguilar-Velez, 31, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, according to prosecutors.