Highland Park shooting: Bond set at $50K for father of alleged gunman

"Robert Crimo Jr., again the father, took a reckless and unjustified risk when he decided on Dec. 16, 2019, to sign his son's application for a firearm owner's ID, or FOID card. At the time he signed the application, his son was 19 and could not — let me say that again — could not get a FOID card, and because of that could not legally purchase a firearm without his father's assistance in that application process," Lake County officials said.