Maha Tiimob Murder, On Wednesday, a man from Troy who turned himself in to police officers on Tuesday morning at the same apartment where they discovered a woman suffering from several gunshot wounds was charged with first-degree murder.
According to a press statement issued by the Office of the State’s Attorney for Madison County, Michael S. Perham, 52, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Maha Tiimob, 25. According to the press statement, “Perham and Tiimob had been involved in a dating relationship.”
For further reading, The incident was referred to as a “domestic disturbance shooting that resulted in death” in a press release issued by the Troy police department. There has been no explanation provided for the shooting. As of Wednesday afternoon, Perham remained detained in the Madison County Jail in lieu of a bail amount of one million dollars.
Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex located at 2146 Tramore in order to investigate an allegation of a shooting, as said in a statement issued by Chief Chris Wasser of the Troy Police Department. A man was seen standing at the entrance of the flat with his hands up above his head just as the police officers arrived.
The officers then discovered a female victim who was unresponsive and had several gunshot wounds. According to the release, the cops and emergency medical personnel who responded to the site tried their best to save her life, but their efforts were ultimately unsuccessful. She was pronounced dead at the scene. On Wednesday, prosecutors in Troy, Illinois charged a 52-year-old man with the murder of his girlfriend at their residence in the city.
According to a press release issued by the office of the Madison County prosecutor, Michael S. Perham is being charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the death of Maha Tiimob. Tiimob was discovered dead at Perham’s residence in the 2100 block of Tramore in Troy on Tuesday. She had been shot numerous times. The bond for Perham’s release from the Madison County Jail has been set at one million dollars.