No bail for man accused of firing at police officer at traffic stop

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CHICAGO — A judge denied bail for the man accused of firing a gun at a Chicago police officer earlier this week.

The judge called Bryce Jones-Lanum a threat to the public.

He’s accused of firing several shots at the officer and striking him in his protective vest on Tuesday.

The officer returned fire, striking Jones-Lanum in the neck.

He remains in the hospital, and is charged with attempted first degree murder of a police officer and aggravated battery.

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