19-Year-Old Charged After Being Shot At By Police

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19-year-old Junior Adziwonou, who was shot at by police after pointing a gun at officers, is now facing several charges.

Police have charged Adziwonou with one felony count of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon with a loaded gun, three felony counts of aggravated assault of an officer with a firearm and one misdemeanor count of having a firearm without a valid FOID card.

According to authorities, Adziwonou was with two other men trying to rob a delivery driver near 76th and South Luella. Police arrived on the scene and saw Adziwonou with a handgun. They ordered him to drop the weapon. He refused and ran from the scene. As police chased him, he took out a gun and pointed it at the officers. The officers fired their service weapons but Adziwonou was not struck.

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  • bubba

    When police walked up to the three men, one of them took of running. Police chased him down and alley, that’s when the man took out a gun and pointed it at the officers.
    He kept running after officers shot at him, but they eventually caught up with him. The man was not hit.

    He points a gun at the cops,the cops shoot at him and miss.Sounds like the cops need some time at the shooting range.

  • Lisa

    Isnt this the second time this week someone is running from the police and than stop and turn around and point a gun at them,my question is why don't they ever fire any shots at the police?

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