2 more men arrested for home invasion, murder of local Air Force vet in McHenry

Charles A. Campo, Jared J. Fox, Byron Howard, and Adam Morris (from left to right)

Charles A. Campo, Jared J. Fox, Byron Howard, and Adam Morris (from left to right)

(ABC7 News) — Four men have been charged with fatally shooting a a local U.S. Air Force veteran during a home invasion last month in northwest suburban McHenry.

Two days after 25-year-old Jared J. Fox was arrested and charged in connection with the death of Donald P. Jouravleff, the McHenry County sheriff’s office also announced charges against 31-year-old Charles A. Campo, 44-year-old Adam Morris and 36-year-old Byron Howard.

All four men were charged with one count each of first-degree murder, home invasion and residential burglary, all felonies, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.

About 1 a.m. May 27, deputies responded to the 1800-block of West Davis Avenue in unincorporated McHenry County and found Jouravleff, the 52-year-old homeowner, shot and seriously wounded, sheriff’s police said.

Jouravleff was taken to Centegra Northern Illinois Medical Center in McHenry, where he died later that day.

Initially a witness told investigators they saw two masked males enter the home, shoot Jouravleff and steal cash, the sheriff’s office said.

On Friday, Morris, of McCullom Lake, and Howard, of Wonder Lake, were held without of bond, police said. Bond for Campo, a McHenry resident, was set at $5 million. Their next court dates had not yet been determined.

Fox, of Wonder Lake, was ordered held on a $2.5 million bond on Thursday, authorities said. His next court date was scheduled for June 21.

The sheriff’s office said new evidence had been recovered and the investigation remained active Friday evening.

Jouravleff was an avid fisherman and a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He was passionate about his friends and family, according to his obituary. He was a new member of Willow Crystal Lake Community Church.

Anyone with information was asked to call the McHenry County Major Investigation Assistance Team tip line at (815) 363-2201. A reward of up to $5,000 was being offered, and tipsters can remain anonymous.

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