Shots fired at Chicago police in Roseland

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Shots were fired at Chicago police in the Roseland neighborhood overnight.

It happened near 113th Street and Normal avenue around 12:50 a.m. Thursday.

Police said the officers were responding to a 911 call about a man with a gun, when several shots were fired at them.

The officers shot back. No injuries have been reported, and no suspects are in custody.

It is the fourth time since Sunday morning that Chicago police have been fired upon, or fired at suspects.

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  • kirby1414

    Isn't Roseland where the cancelled baseball game was to be held – and it was reported that parents were concerned about all the crime in the area? And officials said what a SAFE area it is?
    Let's think about this for a minute….what does it say to the situation?

    The parents were correct – – it IS A DANGEROUS AREA!!STOP BEING SO POLICALLY CORRECT … and think about the possible concequences~

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