CHICAGO, IL (The Chicago Tribune) – A man walked into the Wentworth District Chicago Police station Monday and allegedly confessed to killing a woman and trying hiding her body in concrete at his family’s Southwest Side garage.
Cesar Cono-Olvera, 22, appeared for a bail hearing Thursday at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of 30-year-old Joyce Cluchey, whose body was discovered Sunday afternoon in the garage of his family’s home in the 4900 block of South Keeler, according to authorities.
Cluchey had been reported missing to police after last being seen shortly after 11 a.m. May 18 near 47th Street and Cicero Avenue, according to a missing person alert from police.
When he was interviewed Monday, Cono-Olvera told detectives that Cluchey approached him and that he stabbed her and struck her in the head with a metal pipe in self defense, according to his arrest report.
No motive for the killing was offered when Assistant State’s Attorney Jacqueline Marquardt outlined the state’s case against Cono-Olvera.
When Cluchey fell to the ground, he hid her body under a vehicle in the garage “that isn’t driven often,” Marquardt said. He returned …
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