Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

'I blew him away': Retiree charged in Amtrak shooting

'I blew him away': Retiree charged in Amtrak shooting

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.

WHEATON, Ill. (AP) - A retired federal law enforcement officer from Wisconsin told investigators he shot and seriously injured an Amtrak train conductor because he wasn't allowed to de-board early at a suburban Chicago stop, prosecutors said Friday.

Bond for Klein was set at $1.5 million.

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The Chicago Tribune ( ) reports Edward Klein appeared in bond court Friday on attempted murder and aggravated battery charges. He then boarded a Chicago-bound train.

The man was in his 70s, who got shot, but it is unknown about the identity of the person who shot the old train conductor, in fact, both of the person's actual identity is upheld by the police authorities.

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

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Case was allegedly shot by 76 year old Edward Klein of E. Allis Wisconsin.

On the other hand, the police have arrested the passenger, and investigating the matter for more information especially, the reason. Prosecutors said he underwent surgery and remains in intensive care. While the injuries sustained by the victim in this case are quite severe, it is my sincerest hope that he will make a full recovery and be back on the job soon.

Klein worked for the Federal Protective Services, a branch of Homeland Security responsible for protecting federal buildings. Passengers failing to meet those requirements will be denied transportation, it reads.

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