Saturday, July 11, 2020

IL: Gunfight, Permit Holder Defends Self and Driver, both Wounded

Two people are in fair condition after gunshots were exchanged between an armed attacker and a concealed carry holder in the River North neighborhood overnight, according to Chicago police.

Citing preliminary information, CPD said a 22-year-old man was driving a 21-year-old woman eastbound in the 100 block of West Superior when two white sedans boxed them in around 2:55 a.m. Friday. An armed man got out of one of the sedans and began shooting at the victims’ car, striking the woman in her leg and arm, police said.

A 23-year-old man was then shot in the leg when the woman’s driver — a concealed carry holder — returned fire, according to police.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A car load of punks once tried to force me off the road. I had just been out target practicing. all I did was pick up my gun belt so they could see it. they burned half the rubber off their tries getting away. Maybe they knew I could draw and fire and hit a 50 cent piece at 50 feet in 22/100ths of a second. That was back in the day I could take my time and put two bullets in the same hole at 25 meters.