Monday, June 18, 2012

Chicago police involved shooting just South of the University of Chicago


Chicago police fired shots at a person Monday evening in the Woodlawn neighborhood, with that man injured either by gunfire or in jumping a fence, and another suspect apparently struck by a car, authorities said.

The shooting incident happened a little before 8 p.m. near 64th Street and South St. Lawrence Avenue, police said, citing preliminary information. At least two suspects were involved in the incident, with one of them apparently shot, the other apparently struck by a car, police said. The incident happened about 7:42 p.m., according to police News Affairs.

The confrontation started near 63rd Street and Vernon Avenue and ended on St. Lawrence, police said.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could be some guest from the wedding Saturday night at Valerie Jarrets house leaving late with the silverware. As long as no cops get hurt who gives two fucks what happens to these animal assholes.

Anonymous said...

We won't count this one, it will go in the Campus Police File!

NEXT !

I Voted For Obama said...

Woodlawn voted for Obama.