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A man who prosecutors say was with 13-year-old Adam Toledo the morning the boy was killed will stand trial today on gun charges. Chicago cop.
Ruben Roman, 23, is charged with three aggravated felonies of unlawful use of a weapon and one felony reckless discharge of a firearm, charges that are not related to Toledo’s d*ath but rather stem from his alleged actions while he was with a teenager just prior to the shooting.
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