Three Arrested With First Degree Murder In Joliet Halloween Mass Shooting – All Being Held On $10 Million Bond
Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley announcing the recent arrests of three individuals that were involved in the mass shooting incident that occurred on Halloween night of 2021. Joskar S. Ramos of Joliet (age 18), Thomas Lopez of Joliet (age 21), and Jeremy Lopez of Lockport Township (age 19) were all arrested on charges, stemming from last year’s mass shooting that left Holly Mathews and Jonathan Ceballos dead and several others injured.
On 11/05/2021, members of the Will County Sheriff’s Office took Joskar Ramos into custody for various weapon related offenses. While being apprehended, a deputy with the Will County Sheriff’s Office observed Joskar attempt to conceal a firearm on the roof of his residence. Joskar was taken into custody without incident, and has been incarcerated at the Will County Adult Detention Facility since then, on a $1,000,000 bond for the various weapons offenses.
On December 29, 2021, detectives with the Will County Sheriff’s Police requested the assistance of the United States Marshals, Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force in locating and arresting Thomas and Jeremy Lopez. Members of the United States Marshal Service were able to identify addresses for the Lopez brothers, and that information was forwarded to detectives.