Charges filed in murder of popular Cicero pizzeria owner
A Chicago man has been arrested and charged with the death of a popular pizzeria owner in Cicero.
Matthew A. Brown-Turner, 25, is charged with killing Giovanni Donancricchia early Thursday morning.
Investigators say Brown-Turner entered Albano’s Pizza through a back door, just after the restaurant closed.
He threatened Giovanni’s wife, Angelea, with a gun but was confronted by Giovanni. His wife fled, but Giovanni was shot once in the chest and died.
Police say the shooting was caught on a security camera and Brown-Turner can be seen with a gun.
He is charged with three counts of murder and one count of attempted armed robbery.
Brown-Turner is due in bond court this morning.