Kenosha man charged for allegedly shooting inside beauty salon in Village of Somers

A 42-yr-old Kenosha person is going through a lot of legal fees right after allegedly capturing into a Somers attractiveness salon.

Angel G. Penalbert-Berrios was charged with three counts of felony first-diploma tried homicide and just one count of misdemeanor intentionally pointing a firearm at another person Friday night. He was charged Monday morning in Kenosha County Circuit Court. No a single was hurt in the Friday night incident.


A Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to LG Magnificence Salon, 1543 Sheridan Road, for a report of shots fired all over 3:30 p.m. on Friday.

Dispatch encouraged that a guy, afterwards recognized as Penalbert-Berrios, experienced fired numerous pictures at a lady from a domestic marriage inside a salon but that she was not hit, in accordance to the legal complaint.

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When deputies arrived on scene they reportedly took Penalbert-Berrios into custody and spoke with the girl included.

According to the felony grievance, the female said that both of those she and Penalbert-Berrios slice hair at the salon and that a client told her that Penalbert-Berrios was telling lies about her to other people so she went to confront him about it. The lady said Penalbert-Berrios began to “yell and get in her encounter.” She said that Penalbert-Berrios then “got a gun out of his drawer and pointed it at her and then fired two or three pictures at her.”

She then believed Penalbert-Berrios pointed the firearm again at her and fired two or three a lot more photographs, but she was not struck. She said Penalbert-Berrios then pointed the gun at his head and fired the weapon — but was not hurt — and then fell to the floor and dropped the gun. She reported a person else grabbed the gun and they all ran out of the creating.

Surveillance video clip from inside of the salon was viewed by investigators. It reportedly exhibits Penalbert-Berrios and the girl shouting at each individual other ahead of Penalbert-Berrios pulls out a handgun, removes it from its holster, racks the slide back chambering a spherical and strolling toward the lady. The video traces up with witness testimony and reportedly exhibits Penalbert-Berrios shoot many instances and then rapidly level the gun towards his individual head and fires once more. He the falls to the floor and a male customer receives off the sofa, grabs the gun and leaves the salon.

Inside the organization 3 shell casings ended up found. Deputies located a bullet hole through the front door glass of the company and the projectile was later recovered in a neighbor’s property. A 2nd projectile was recovered from a gap in the door body. A third projectile was recovered from wooden in the ceiling. The firearm was recovered in amongst two buildings wherever the male shopper experienced thrown it immediately after taking it from the ground.


The Kenosha Sheriff’s Department responded to LG Splendor Salon, 1543 Sheridan Street, on Friday, to a report of shots fired. No one particular was reportedly wounded in the incident, and one gentleman was taken into custody.

When questioned by investigators, Penalbert-Berrios reportedly mentioned that the lady had lately moved out and that she was antagonizing him with phony accusations in entrance of customers. He reportedly admitted to grabbing the firearm and firing pictures toward a doorway the place she was, and then attempting to eliminate himself.

Penalbert-Berrios reportedly denied wanting to hurt her but only needed to scare her so he shot all-around her. He also explained he acquired the gun in Chicago from a gang member a long time in the past for $200, according to the grievance.

“Our deputies did an excellent position in properly evacuating absolutely everyone inside the organization and using the suspect into custody without the need of incident,” reported Sheriff David Zoerner, who also responded to the scene.

Penalbert-Berrios manufactured his preliminary visual appeal at Ingestion Courtroom on Monday afternoon with an interpreter. He is becoming held on a $500,000 money bond.

A preliminary listening to is set for Feb. 14.


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