Highland Park suspected shooter Robert Crimo III has two siblings Lynette Pesina and Sammy Crimo. Robert, an aspiring rapper who went by the moniker “Awake The Rapper”, was recently taken into custody after six people died during a mass shooting at the Highland Park parade on the 4th of July. At the time of this writing, no charges have been filed against him.
In his family, he has his parents Robert “Bob” Crimo Jr, his mother Denise Pesina, and his two siblings. Bobby AKA “Awaken The Rapper” and his siblings appears to be the fourth generation resident of Highland Park, Illinois.
Did You Know: Denise is related to martial artist Daniel Pesina known for Mortal Kombat video games as characters such as Johhny Cage, Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Reptile, and Smoke.
Who Are Highland Park Suspected Shooter Robert Crimo Siblings?
Highland Park’s suspected shooter Robert Crimo and his family have been residents of Hyland Park, Illinois for more than three generations. He was born to his parents Robert “Bob” Crimo Jr. and Denise Pesina. His father owns Bob’s Pantry and Deli Inc. He has been involved in a business of similar nature for more than 39 years.
Moreover, he previously owned White Hen Pantry in Ravinia for more than 18 years before Seven-Eleven acquired it in 2007.
His father also aimed for the seat of the city mayor. He ran for the office of May of Highland Park in 2019. Calling himself “a person for the people,” he was defeated by the city’s current mayor, Nancy Rotering, a Democrat, whose campaign touted the importance of gun control, reported the Independent.
Meanwhile, his mother works at Trilogy Energy Systems as a Holistic Health Practitioner.
Coming to his siblings. Robert Crimo has two. He has an older sister named Lynette Pesina and a younger brother named Sammy.
Meet Robert Crimo Sister, Lynette
Born in the year 1995, Lynette Pesina is 27 years old in 2022. Lynette worked at CareerBuilder as an Account Executive from September 2019 to June 2020. Whereas, she started her career in 2018 at Yelp as Junior Account Executive. Lynette worked in the company from August 2018 to September 2019.
Talking about her academic qualifications, Lynette completed high school at Highland Park High School in 2013. She completed her college education at The University of Kansas in 2017.
Lynette also tried to pursue a career in acting. According to her ExploreTalent profile, she is 5’2″ and has brown eyes and hair. Her IG account (@lynettepesina) is currently private there is nothing much on her Twitter (@lynettepesina).
Meet Robert Crimo Brother, Sammy
Sammy Crimo is the youngest of three children born to his parents. There isn’t much about the youngest born. There isn’t much about Sammy as we speak. He should currently be in a middle school.
Do Highland Park Suspected Shooter Robert Crimo Siblings Have Same Parents?
Yes, it is likely that Highland Park suspected shooter Robert Crimo and his two siblings have the same parents. However, Lynette uses her mother’s last name, Pesina.
Where Do Highland Park Suspected Shooter Robert Crimo Siblings Live?
Highland Park Suspected Shooter Robert Crimo’s sister Lynette lives in Chicago, Illinois. Meanwhile his younger brother lives in Highland Park with his parents.
Have Highland Park Suspected Shooter Robert Crimo Siblings Commented On The Shooting?
No, siblings of Robert Crimo have shut themselves off from social media. Lynette has private all of her social media and Sammy doesn’t seem to be on any of the social media platforms.
The only person who made comments from Robert’s family is his uncle Paul Crimo.
Paul Crimo, Bob’s brother, also spoke to CNN. He said that he saw his nephew Sunday evening sitting on a recliner in the house and looking on his computer. “Everything was as normal,” Paul said.
Paul Crimo said he had never seen the suspect engage in violence or concerning behavior. He didn’t know of his nephew’s political views, either, describing him as a “quiet” person. Paul added, “He’s usually on his own. He’s a lonely, quiet person. He keeps everything to himself”.
“I’m so heartbroken for all the families who lost their lives,” Paul Crimo said.