Janesville double homicide suspect to appear in IL court Tuesday

Marcus Randle-El (Source: Cook County Sheriff's Office)
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CHICAGO (WMTV)-- The man accused of killing two Janesville mothers is scheduled to be in an Illinois courtroom on Tuesday.

According to online inmate records for Marcus Randle-El, he is schedule to be in Cook County Court Branch 98 on Tuesday. The branch deals with fugitive warrants.

The 33-year-old turned himself into the Chicago Police Department on Saturday afternoon. Members of the Janesville Police Department were on hand at the time. Police said Randle-El did not confess to the crime.

The former UW-Madison football player is expected to be charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide after he returns to Wisconsin.

On Feb. 10, 30-year-old Seairaha Winchester and 27-year-old Brittany McAdory were found shot near the intersection of Midvale Drive and Deerfield Drive in Janesville. They were taken to a hospital where they died from their injuries.

According to Janesville police, Randle-El allegedly drove off in McAdory's SUV, which was later found along I-294, in Justice, Illinois, which is about 30 miles northwest of Randle-El's hometown of Homewood, Illinois, along that Interstate.

During a press conference on Saturday, investigators said the murder weapon has not been recovered and a motive was not released.