3 killed, including 16-year-old in South Shore shooting
Three people are dead, including a 16-year-old boy, after a group of men opened fire in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood.
It happened around 9 a.m. Wednesday, in the 6700 block of South Chappel Avenue.
“It’s not fair at all,” Lois Pickett told WGN’s Marcella Raymond. Pickett’s 16-year-old son was one of the victims.
Rasheed Trull was waiting for his girlfriend in the courtyard of her apartment building. Two men were also there; 23 year old Darius Morris and 27 year old Sylvester Solomon.
A car pulled up, the driver pulled out a gun and started shooting. Rasheed’s twin brother Raheem was also there but managed to escape the barrage of bullets. Trull, Morris and Solomon were killed.
Chicago police say Morris was a gang member and may have been the intended target.
No one is in custody as of 5:00 pm, Thursday.