Seven people were found shot to death in two homes on the 2200 block of West Acres Road in Joliet earlier this week.
Mohammad Samra/Sun-Times file
The 21-year-old girlfriend of Joliet mass murder suspect Romeo Nance appeared in a Will County courthouse Thursday accused of giving false information to police when she claimed she didn’t know his phone number, officials said.
Kyleigh Cleveland-Singleton, charged with felony obstruction of justice, appeared before Judge David Carlson, who ordered her placed on home confinement, according to the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office.
On Monday, Cleveland-Singleton “furnished false information” about not knowing Nance’s phone number “with the intent to prevent the apprehension of Romeo Nance for first degree murder,” read a criminal complaint.
Romeo Nance (left) and Kyleigh Cleveland-Singleton (right).
Joliet Police Department
Romeo Nance, who took his own life in Texas, allegedly killed his mother and six other family members in two houses on the same block in Joliet before shooting two random victims nearby, killing one of them.
Cleveland-Singleton is due back in court Feb. 8.