Antwaan Randle El’s Brother Charged With Double Homicide
Antwaan Randle El’s brother was charged with the shooting deaths of two women this past week.
Marcus Randle El, who previously was a University of Wisconsin football player, stands accused of killing two females in the same state where he played college ball.
He ultimately surrendered to Chicago authorities this past Saturday afternoon.
The 33-year-old was officially charged with a pair of first degree intentional homicide counts for the deaths of 30-year-old Seairaha Winchester and 27-year-old Britanny McAdory.
The incident reportedly occurred this past Monday and involved him taking their SUV.
Both women reportedly passed away at the hospital after a driver saw them on the side of the road covered by snow.
Later on, the women’s SUV was found abandoned in Justice, Illinois.
No motive for the alleged murders was announced by authorities as of yet.
McAdory was described as someone who “always cared about everyone” and keep everyone’s spirits up when they were not feeling well.
This is not Marcus Randle El’s first run-in with the law.
Back in 2014, he was involved in a gunpoint abduction of his daughter. He was already on parole at the time.
Marcus Randle El was subsequently released from a six-year prison sentence in 2018.
A Badger from 2004 to 2007, Marcus Randle El ultimately ended his football career with half as many arrests (two) as receptions (four).
Marcus Randle El’s brother, Antwaan, was part of Pittsburgh’s 2006 Super Bowl-winning team and a beloved Steeler.