Berwyn Woman Charged With Murder and Kidnapping of Rockford Car Salesman

Chicago, Illinois – A woman from Berwyn is facing serious charges in connection with the tragic death of a Rockford car salesman back in February. Rosie Chavez, 46, has been accused of first-degree murder and kidnapping in the case of 36-year-old Crisóforo Osorio-González, according to reports.

Osorio-González was discovered shot to death on February 10 in the neighborhood of Little Village by Chicago police. A beloved part-owner of Twenty First Auto Sales in Rockford, he was well-known for his dedication to his work. When he didn’t return from a test drive with customers, his family grew concerned and soon realized that something terrible had happened.

An autopsy conducted by the Cook County Coroner determined that Osorio-González had been fatally shot in the head and back. Additionally, the car used during the test drive was located in Chicago, with no sign of any other passengers present. The victim’s friends and family suspect foul play and believe that he may have been the victim of a kidnapping.

Chavez was taken into custody on March 22 by the Chicago police, marking a significant development in the ongoing investigation. In the wake of this tragedy, a GoFundMe fundraiser has been set up, raising over $3,500 to support Osorio-González’s grieving family during this difficult time.

The loss of Osorio-González has deeply affected the Rockford community, as he was not only a talented car salesman but also a cherished member of the neighborhood. Authorities continue to work diligently to bring justice to his untimely death, while those who knew him mourn the loss of a kind-hearted individual taken too soon. The case remains ongoing as investigators strive to uncover the truth behind this senseless tragedy.