Saturday night in the Southside neighborhood of Englewood, Chicago, Illinois, police reportedly witnessed a double shooting and returned fire, killing one and wounding the other. After 7 o’clock that night, Chicago’s Fox affiliate WFLD reported that officers in a marked vehicle saw a Toyota Corolla pull up to a Nissan Rogue on South Halsted Street.
The three people inside the Toyota saw the Nissan and one of them got out and started shooting. The Nissan was hit by gunfire, killing a 54-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy.
According to WFLD’s reporting, the two victims were taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where they were treated for gunshot wounds. It was not clear what their current condition was.
Some police officers who arrived on the scene after the shooting opened fire on the suspects as they ran away. Despite the fact that no one was found in the vehicle, it was found in the 7th District and recovered.
Reports from WFLD state that the incident, including the officer’s use of force, is being investigated by the Civilian Office of Police Accountability. The officers who saw what happened have been placed on administrative duties for the next 30 days while the investigation continues.
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A 19-Year-Old From St. Paul Was Found Dead After An Attack At The Mall Of America
Fox 9 Minneapolis reported on Sunday that Johntae Hudson, 19, of St. Paul was the man who was shot and killed on Friday night at the Mall of America. A fight erupted in the Nordstrom store around 8 o’clock, and afterward, someone pulled out a gun and shot Hudson multiple times, as reported by the police.
Sister Janayea Hudson wrote on a GoFundMe for her brother Johntae’s funeral that he was a “loving and caring person to his family and friends.” John was 19 years old. His smile “lit up the room” with its “positive and fun energy,” she wrote. The sum of his character was excellent.
At 8:40 a.m., a SWAT team from the Bloomington Police Department raided a home in neighboring St. Louis Park and arrested five people, including two men in their early twenties and three teenagers.
Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges said at a press conference, “I’m fairly confident we do have the person responsible for murdering the victim in custody.”
One officer in a nearby store even tried to perform CPR on Hudson as he lay bleeding to death, and the mall had a total of 16 police and security officers on duty at the time of the shooting.
Gunfire erupted in the Nike store in August, making this the second shooting at the Mall of America this year. Although no one was hurt, five suspects were detained in connection with the shooting.
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The Nissan was occupied by a man aged 54 and a boy aged 17, both of whom were killed by incoming gunfire.WFLD reported that two people had been shot and were being treated at the University of Chicago Medical Center, but that it was unclear how seriously they were hurt.
In the 7th District, the vehicle the suspects were in was found, but no one was inside at the time.WFLD reported that the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) is looking into the incident and whether or not the officer used excessive force.
Officers who witnessed the shooting have been assigned administrative tasks for the next 30 days while the investigation continues.
A Police Car In The Windy City
As the suspects ran from the scene, one of the officers presents opened fire. Colleges and Universities in Chicago Snatch Up Top Teachers CAUSES 2 DEATHS The suspects’ car was found in the 7th District and was recovered, but the suspects themselves were nowhere to be found inside.
Reports from WFLD state that the Civilian Business office of Law Enforcement Accountability is looking into the incident, which includes the officer’s use of force. For the next 30 days, the officers who witnessed the shooting will be placed on administrative duties while the investigation proceeds.
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Reports claim that Chicago police officers heard two shots fired on Saturday night in the Englewood neighborhood on the city’s South Side and responded by firing at the assailants.
When a Toyota Corolla pulled up next to a Nissan Rogue on South Halsted Avenue at around 7 o’clock, officers in a marked vehicle spotted it, reported Chicago’s Fox affiliate WFLD.