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McHenry County Man Arrested in Kenosha Now Faces Murder Charges

(Algonquin, IL) Charges have been filed against an Algonquin man in the death of his mother and stepfather. Maxim Parnov was arrested last week in Kenosha, after reportedly hiding the dead bodies of Peter and Elvira Almen in a U-Haul truck. The bodies were discovered last Wednesday. Parnov now faces four counts of murder, as well as two counts of concealment of a homicidal death. The 36-year-old was in the Kenosha County Jail on a 5-million-dollar bond, awaiting extradition to Illinois.

Tim Vander Tuuk, WXLC News (12-6-21)



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