Thursday, April 19, 2012

Chicago Police Officers witness slaying, chase down gunman

Chicago police chased down a gunman after they saw him fatally shoot another man on a South Side street, authorities said. Gresham District officers were on patrol when they heard gunshots in the 700 block of East 87th Place just before 11:30 p.m. Wednesday and went to investigate, police said. As the officers arrived, they saw a man fire three shots into the head of a man on the ground, authorities said. The officers chased down the 30-year-old suspect and took him into custody, according to authorities. The suspect, who lives across the street from the victim, has a street gang affiliation but police didn't offer a motive. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWS STORY

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

And just exactly why is the offender still breathing?

Once again, hair gel strikes, showing just his far this department has sunk.

Lesson to slick-sleeve having, hair gel using, 5 year on the job, too much college idiots on this job: this is what the real police call a "freebie". Now go ask the first coworker you can find with over 20 years on the job what that means. I hope I NEVER have to work with a clownsocks like these pussies who are afraid to drop the hammer.

Anonymous said...

That's why I would call a HAPPY ENDING.

Not some of the massage parlor's when you have to pay for the little X-TRA!

Anonymous said...

To the stroke with the freebei comment stfu. I bet you have been in a northside slow district y
our entire career i have fired my weapon and it is not an easy decision to make. Oh btw I have 13 on and i bet you havent done shit in 10 years.

I Voted For Obama said...

Nicely done.