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Wisconsin retiree charged in shooting of Amtrak conductor

19 May 2017, 11:57 | Max Haynes

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Bond has been set at $1.5 million for the Wisconsin man accused of shooting an Amtrak conductor in IL earlier this week, according to DuPage County officials.

In Naperville, Illinois, on Tuesday evening, during the rush hours when an incident occurs, which left one person shot and another held by the police for shooting.

ABC 7 in Chicago reported that the shooter, Edward Klein, is a retired federal law enforcement officer. A DuPage County judge set Klein's bail at $1.5 million on Friday.

The conductor, reportedly a 45-year-old Homewood man, was shot in the torso and was taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville, where he was conscious and alert.

Prosecutors said Klein tried to get off the train after the train doors closed.

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The press release from the DuPage State's Attorney and Naperville Police states that Klein pulled a revolver, stuck his arm out of the window of the door of the train and fired one shot, striking conductor Case in the abdomen.

"I would like to recognize the fearless acts of the passengers who restrained the suspect until police arrived, preventing him from possibly inflicting more harm", Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall said in the statement. When asked if he wanted a public defender, he said, "I really don't need one if I'm leaving".

If he's convicted, Klein faces more than 30 years in prison.

He was taken into custody and a handgun was recovered, police said.

Klein was due back in court on June 12. He remained in intensive care as of Friday morning.



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