An Uptown woman has died following a domestic altercation in her apartment this week, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office and Chicago police.
Isabel Rosin, 26, was pronounced dead by doctors at Weiss Hospital shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday, according to medical examiner records. An autopsy is scheduled.
Rosin has worked as a supervisor at LensCrafters and graduated from DePaul University, according to her LinkedIn page.
Police responded to Rosin’s home on the 1200 block of West Carmen around 2:50 p.m. Tuesday after a man who identified himself as her husband called 911 to report that she had died, according to emergency dispatch records.
A CPD spokesperson on Wednesday said her injuries were received during “a domestic-related altercation.”
Rosin was unconscious when police arrived. An officer said she had been “suffocated.”
Police took a man into custody at Rosin’s apartment. Charges are pending against him this morning, according to CPD spokesperson Kellie Bartoli. Officers executed a search warrant at her home around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
CWBChicago will post further updates as this story develops.
The Illinois Department of Human Services domestic violence hotline is open for calls and texts 24 hours a day: 1-877-863-6338.
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