Judge: murder suspect can’t attend grandfather’s wake
By Janet Lundquist firstname.lastname@example.org September 12, 2013 12:42PM
Adam M. Landerman (clockwise, from top left), Alisa R. Massaro, Joshua F. Miner and Bethany L. McKee | Supplied photos
Updated: October 15, 2013 7:04AM
One of the four people charged in the stranglings of two men in Joliet will not be allowed to attend his grandfather’s wake, a Will County judge has ruled.
Adam Landerman, 20, filed an emergency motion for furlough from jail to attend the wake for his grandfather Fred Landerman at Dames Funeral Home in Joliet.
Will County Judge Gerald Kinney denied the request Thursday morning.
Landerman, who is being held in jail in lieu of $10 million bond, was charged in January with the murders of Eric Glover and Terrance Rankins.
Police say Landerman, Josh Miner, Bethany McKee and Alisa Massaro killed Glover and Rankins, both 22, in January at Massaro’s Hickory Street residence.
Fred Landerman, 65, died Monday “after a long, hard battle with many medical challenges,” according to an obituary posted on the Fred C. Dames Funeral Home website. His wake and funeral are scheduled for Saturday.