Man extradited from Arizona facing charges in fatal shooting in Canaryville

Police say William Lariat, 30, was in a dark-colored SUV when he fired at Ryan Jackson in the 4600 block of South Normal Avenue April 27,

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A 30-year-old man was extradited from Arizona Oct. 26, 2021, and charged with a fatal shooting in April 2021, in Canaryville.

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A man extradited from Arizona is facing charges in a fatal shooting in Canaryville last April, according to Chicago police.

William Lariat, 30, was in a dark-colored SUV when he fired at Ryan Jackson, 29, in the 4600 block of South Normal Avenue about 3 a.m. on April 27, police said. Jackson was struck in the head and pronounced dead at the scene.

Lariat was taken into custody about 9:35 p.m. Tuesday at O’Hare International Airport after being extradited from Arizona, police said.

He was charged with first-degree murder and was due in bond court Wednesday.

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