Dating a convicted felon
Jon Graham Burge (born December 20, 1947) is a convicted felon and former Chicago Police Department detective and commander who gained notoriety for torturing more than 200 criminal suspects between 19 in order to force confessions.
A decorated United States Army veteran, Burge served tours in South Korea and Vietnam and continued as an enlisted United States Army Reserve soldier where he served in the military police.
Friends and family said Palacios often carries a black purse with a black bow.
The search is ongoing, and detectives are continuing to investigate the Ward Boulevard location for additional information.
Arrests and interrogations related to those killings generated new complaints about police brutality.
Governor George Ryan had a three-year study of use of the death penalty in the state's justice system, 13 men had been exonerated as innocent in the period studied and freed from death row.
The Court of Appeals overturned his conviction last year, citing insufficient evidence. Palacios allegedly told Parks she was planning to meet someone, but she didn’t specify who she was meeting. Gloria Cortez, Palacios' aunt, said she has been concerned for the safety of her niece since Monday when one of her friends contacted her through Facebook.
"She asked me if she was OK because she had heard Isabel was hurt," Cortez said.
Unsure what that meant, family members said they began to contact hospitals, but they were not able to locate her.
Neighbors who live nearby said they are not sure what to make of the news.