Authorities stated that a Buffalo Grove couple, their child, and another member of their family passed away at their house on Wednesday as a result of “serious violent injuries,” but they provided no other information or suggested any suspects.
The fatalities were named as Andrei Kisliak, 39; Vera Kisliak, 36; Vivian Kisliak, 6, Amilia Kisliak, 4, and Lilia Kisliak, 67 by Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek.
The death is still being investigated domestically, according to police, who also stated that they do not think it poses a threat to the public during a news conference on Thursday.
Police Chief Brian Bartz declared, “Today is a really sad day for our community.
When police were called to the Acacia Terrace residence on Wednesday morning for a health check after one of the women called a coworker to express worry, they discovered all five dead.
Court records detail the family’s recent problems, which include a divorce petition filed in July, many requests for protection orders, and Andrei Kislyak’s detention in late September for disobeying one of those orders. According to records, the family’s property was put up for foreclosure three weeks ago.
On August 10, Andrei Kisliak was the first to request a protection order. However, a judge refused to provide the emergency order, and 20 days later, the motion was denied due to insufficient evidence. On September 14, Vera Kisliak submitted an application for a restraining order against her husband. On October 3, the emergency order was announced and prolonged.
According to court records, Andrei Kisliak must avoid his wife, their two kids, and their Acacia Terrace house in Buffalo Grove. It is unknown if Andre had a gun at the time, but he was also instructed to surrender any weapons he might have had to the Buffalo Grove Police Department.
According to police, according to court records, Andrei Kisliak entered a Buffalo Grove building on September 30 when a protected person was inside. He was charged with violating the order. He was detained and released, according to records. He entered a not guilty plea to the misdemeanor charges on October 12.
On October 25, a two-year protection order was made in Vera Kisliak’s name. Tuesday’s status hearing in the couple’s divorce case was held in court.
Bard refused to comment on the restraining order or confirm whether or not the police had previously been called. He also remained silent when asked if police had discovered the gun.