Photos taken from various online profiles seem to suggest accused murderer Qawmane Wilson was living the high life with his dead mother's money.
After orchestrating the Uptown business owner's assassination, 24-year-old Qawmane Wilson, also known as Young QC, gained access to a huge chunk of money, according to various sources.
Citing the Chicago Tribune, Wilson plundered his mother's bank account, which contained $90,000.00. Other assets were attained through Yolanda Holmes' life insurance policies.
Authorities say Wilson hired 22-year-old Eugene Spencer of the 6100 block of South Rockwell Street to murder his mother and 23-year-old Loriana Johnson of the 300 block of East 131st Place, drove the getaway car.
Back in April of 2013, an anonymous Chicago News Report reader blew this case wide open when he or she revealed that Yolanda Holmes' son, Qawmane Wilson, hired someone to kill his mother. Eight months later, Wilson was arrested.
Some time after his mother's death, Wilson videotaped himself going to a local Chase bank, withdrawing thousands of dollars, and throwing the money in the street.