BLACK-ON-WHITE: Slain WHITE FEMALE landlord found in freezer called police ‘many times’ on BLACK FEMALE MUSLIM MIGRANT tenant FROM AFRICA

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BLACK-ON-WHITE: Slain WHITE FEMALE landlord found in freezer called police ‘many times’ on BLACK FEMALE MUSLIM MIGRANT tenant FROM AFRICA
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The family of the Chicago landlord found dismembered in a freezer earlier this month said their loved one had called police “many times” on the tenant accused of her murder. The remains of Frances Walker, 69, were found in a freezer in her North Side home after a resident of the building reported her missing on Oct. 10.

Another tenant, Sandra Kolalou, 36, has been charged with her murder. Walker’s relatives told local station ABC7 that the longtime landlord had called cops on Kolalou “many times.”

Records show that law enforcement responded to the home five times in October alone. “They have rights as a tenant, but if you fear for your safety or have issues, the landlord should have rights not only as a landlord but as cohabiter of the domain,” niece Cory Walker said.

“I feel like their hands were tied or maybe there was something that could have been done differently. It’s changed the trajectory of our lives. It’s leaving such a hole.” A prosecutor at Kolalou’s bond hearing Wednesday said that the pair had a contentious relationship that escalated into a screaming match the night of the murder.

Police also previously confirmed that Walker had put an eviction notice on Kolalou’s door the day before the slaying. “That very well could possibly be what escalated this into the defendant becoming extremely angry and committing this horrific act,” Chicago Police Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan told ABC7 at the time.

In addition to first-degree murder, Kolalou is charged with concealing a homicidal death and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is being held without bail. The Post previously reported that she also faced unrelated charges of battery to cause bodily harm earlier this year.

Walker’s family started a Facebook fundraiser for her cremation and funeral, which is set to take place Saturday. In addition to her siblings and extended family, she is survived by her husband, a Bulgarian immigrant who works as a caregiver to elderly patients.

“[Walker] was always very kind and very helpful, she always came in with joy in her heart and she was happy to be on the organ,” Stuart Thompson, the music director at Queen of the Apostles Parish, where Walker played the organ for over 20 years, told ABC7.



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Attorney for woman accused of killing, dismembering landlord demands trial, says client was framed​

Sandra Kolalou faces murder and other charges after Chicago police searched a Northwest Side home were she rented a room and found 69-year-old Frances Walker’s head in a kitchen freezer, officials said.​

By Matthew Hendrickson

Feb 15, 2023, 5:18pm MST

Crime scene tape hangs from the porch of a home on Oct. 11 at 5919 N. Washtenaw Ave. in the Arcadia Terrace neighborhood on the Northwest Side. A day earlier Chicago police reported they had discovered the partial remains of 69-year-old Frances Walker, who owned the home, in a kitchen freezer.
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A woman accused of killing and dismembering her landlord last fall at her Northwest Side apartment building could be going to trial in under a year — a breakneck pace for a murder case at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse.
Sandra Kolalou faces murder and other charges after Chicago police searched a home where she rented a room in October and found 69-year-old Frances Walker’s head, arms and legs stuffed inside a kitchen freezer, officials said.
Kolalou’s attorney, Sean Brown, demanded her right to a speedy trial during a hearing Tuesday after a Cook County judge denied his motion to set a bail for Kolalou while the case progresses.

After the hearing, Brown said Kolalou, 36, is innocent and wants to prove it quickly.
Sandra Kolalou

Sandra Kolalou
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A demand for trial restarts a countdown where prosecutors must be ready to present their case within 120 days from when a defendant is placed in custody — which Brown said he believes would result in the state having to bring their case against Kolalou before the end of April.
Lengthy delays in cases going to trial are common at the courthouse, particularly in complex cases, but generally result from defense attorneys taking time to conduct their own investigations, consult experts they may seek to put on the stand at trial and file motions picking apart the prosecution’s case.
Multiple witnesses would be expected to testify at Kolalou’s trial, as well as investigators and forensic experts taking the stand.

Kolalou is due back in court next month, when Judge Ursula Walowski said they would begin discussing a trial date.
Brown’s motion to set bail could provide a preview of the defense Kolalou will claim at trial.
In the filing, the attorney claimed that newly discovered evidence contradicted prosecutors’ allegations against Kolalou and suggested she may have been framed by another tenant in the building for the crime.
Frances Walker

Frances Walker
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Prosecutors alleged that shortly before Walker was last seen, she was heard arguing with Kolalou about being served an eviction notice. Brown says that was impossible because Kolalou was seen on surveillance video attending a birthday party at a hotel in Warrenville at the time the argument allegedly took place.

Police were called to the apartment multiple times by tenants about the welfare of Walker, who shared the unit with Kolalou, but left each time for lack of evidence of a crime.
Tenants in the building were so concerned, prosecutors said, that they later followed Kolalou to Foster Beach after she called a tow truck driver to bring her car from a parking lot there to a mechanic and saw her deposit a garbage bag in a trash container that was later found to contain bloody rags.
Kolalou was arrested after she allegedly threatened the tow truck driver with a knife when he refused to relocate her car after she was denied service by the mechanic and he called out for police, who were close by.
But Brown said the tow truck driver told reporters that “he did not see a knife and assumed she had a knife because he was fearful after receiving information from the tenants and the police that she had possibly harmed Walker.”

Brown said in absence of the threat, police had no probable cause to arrest Kolalou.
Walowski said despite Brown pointing out various possible inconsistencies in the state’s allegations, a previous judge’s decision to deny Kolalou bail would continue to stand.
“I don’t find it persuasive,” Walowski said.