Excerpts from the ChicagoSunTimes.com:

A 15-year-old boy faces a murder charge in the fatal shooting of retired Chicago FD Lt. Dwain Williams earlier this month. The teen, who is not being identified because he is charged as a juvenile, was unarmed at the time of the shooting. He was with two other people who had guns when they confronted 65-year-old Dwain Williams Dec. 3 in an apparent robbery attempt. Police recovered a weapon and were testing it to see if it was used in the shooting.

Detectives are interviewing an adult, allegedly involved in the murder, and were still searching for two other adults. The group of carjackers, in a stolen Ford Fusion, allegedly followed Williams as he drove to Let’s Get Poppin’ at 11758 S. Western Ave. Surveillance cameras recorded the Ford as the driver parked near Williams’ SUV.

In the video of the shooting, Williams, walking toward his Jeep with a bag in his hand, is approached by two people with guns. Williams retreated behind his car as one suspect rushed toward him with a gun. Williams pulled out his own gun and fired. The suspect fell to the ground, jumped back in the car, and fled. Williams was shot in the abdomen and died at Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

The Ford was found abandoned in Tinley Park Dec. 5. Prosecutors said DNA and fingerprints recovered from the Ford, as well as witnesses who identified him in still photos taken from surveillance footage, eventually led to the teen’s arrest. He faces multiple counts of first-degree murder, as well as a count of armed robbery. No charges against any other suspects have been announced.

The teen is a high school freshman in Chicago Heights. He lives with his mom and sister, and is active in sports and the local Boys and Girls Club.