Two Suspects Charged in Antioch Homicide Investigation at Apartment on Main Street

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Hailey D. Miller and Johnathan N. Skroko accused of robbery and murder of Robbie Dickerson (SOURCE: Lake County Major Crime Task Force/PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf)
Hailey D. Miller and Johnathan N. Skroko accused of robbery and murder of Robbie Dickerson (SOURCE: Lake County Major Crime Task Force/PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf).

Antioch Police Detectives and Lake County Major Crime Task Force Investigators conducted an extensive investigation of a homicide in the block of 1000 Main Street in Antioch following a shooting at an apartment. During their investigation, investigators determined Johnathan N. Skroko, 28, of the 600 block of Fieldcrest Drive, South Elgin, and Hailey D. Miller, 24, of the 1000 block of Main Street, Antioch, were responsible for the murder of Robbie Dickerson, 42, of Racine, Wisconsin.

The investigation revealed that Dickerson arrived at the apartment on Main Street to sell drugs to Miller and Skroko. During the transaction, Dickerson was robbed and shot by Skroko and Miller. Skroko and Miller then fled from the scene, prior to the arrival of responding officers.




Investigators located Skroko and Miller at a hotel in the area of Route 41 and Grand Avenue, Gurnee on September 7, 2022, where both were taken into custody without incident. Investigators recovered five firearms during their investigation.

Wednesday afternoon, the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office approved first degree murder charges for Skroko and Miller. Both suspects are being held in custody at the Antioch Police Department pending their initial court hearing.

All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

— Lake County Major Crime Task Force

Crime scene on Main Street north of Harden Street near Antioch Community High School in Antioch (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf)
Crime scene on Main Street north of Harden Street near Antioch Community High School in Antioch (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf).

Antioch police responded about 11:05 p.m., Monday, September 5, 2022, to the block of 1000 Main Street, Antioch for a 911 report of shots fired. Antioch officers arrived and spoke to a person in the area in the area who heard shots from a nearby apartment. Antioch officers made entry into the apartment and located a 42-year-old man shot and deceased inside.

Based on the preliminary investigation, Antioch officers determined the man was shot by a person(s) who left the scene prior to the arrival of officers. Police said immediately that the shooting appears to be a targeted, isolated incident. Antioch Police Department requested the assistance of the Lake County Major Crime Task Force.




Police set up a search perimeter and searched for a suspect in case the shooter was still in the area, but police determined the suspect left the area. The crime scene, on Main Street north of Harden Street/Chestnut Street, is just northeast of Antioch Community High School and across from Strang Funeral Home.

Antioch police officers and Lake County Major Crime Task Force investigators are actively investigating the incident.

Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to call Antioch Police Department at: 847-395-8585 or leave an anonymous tip with Lake County CrimeStoppers at:www.lakecountycrimestoppers.com/

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Police from Lake Zurich on scene mutual aid for Antioch Police Department in the block of 1000 North Main Street in Antioch during the investigation of a homicide involving a shooting (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf)
Police from Lake Zurich on scene mutual aid for Antioch Police Department in the block of 1000 North Main Street in Antioch during the investigation of a homicide involving a shooting (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf).
Police from several law enforcement agencies on scene mutual aid for Antioch Police Department in the block of 1000 North Main Street in Antioch during the investigation of a homicide involving a shooting (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf)
Police from several law enforcement agencies on scene mutual aid for Antioch Police Department in the block of 1000 North Main Street in Antioch during the investigation of a homicide involving a shooting (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf).

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Crime scene on Main Street north of Harden Street near Antioch Community High School in Antioch (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf)
Crime scene on Main Street north of Harden Street near Antioch Community High School in Antioch (PHOTO CREDIT: Jimmy Bolf).
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