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CHICAGO — A 22-year-old man who was stabilized after being shot during an exchange of gunfire in Chicago’s Maggie Daley Park Friday night with an off-duty Cook County Sheriff’s officer has been charged with six felonies, according to officials.

Jordan Jackson, of the 2100 block of South Union Avenue has been charged with three felony counts of aggravated assault with a firearm involving a peace officer.

Jackson also faces the following charges:

  • One felony count of possession of a firearm with defaced serial number
  • One felony count of unlawful use of a weapon in a park
  • One felony count of unlawful use of a weapon without a FOID

The shooting occurred shortly after 7:30 p.m. Friday as new security procedures for the nearby Millennium Park took effect Thursday.

According to a source, an off-duty Cook County Sheriff’s officer shot a 22-year-old man in an exchange of gunfire near the border of Millennium Park and Maggie Daley Park. The officer was not struck by gunfire.

Chicago police said the man refused to undergo a security procedure when entering the park and jumped a nearby fence. As security approached, police said the man turned and fired a shot. An off-duty Cook County Sheriff’s officer returned fire, striking the man.

The man then continued to flee the scene and ran toward the Riverwalk where he was taken into custody. He was transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he was stabilized with a gunshot wound to the buttocks.

The Cook County Sheriff’s Office confirmed an officer working a secondary job as a security guard was involved in the shooting.

An investigation is currently underway.

Last Saturday evening, a 16-year-old boy was shot to death near the iconic “Bean” attraction at Millennium Park.

As part of the new security procedures instituted for the park, a curfew for minors has taken effect Thursdays through Sundays, beginning at 6 p.m.

Minors will need to be accompanied by an adult after 6 p.m., and minors already inside the park will be asked to leave.