LET’S DO SHOTS: Gangbanger Shot In Lincoln Park; Bullets Hit Cubs’ Food Warehouse In Wrigleyville; Gunfire At N. Side L Station

The man was shot after two groups of people exchanged gunfire in the 2500 block of N. Stockton | Google

A 28-year-old man is in good condition at Stroger Hospital after being shot inside Lincoln Park this morning. No one is in custody and the man is not co-operating with investigators.

Witnesses reported seeing two groups of people shooting at each other near North Pond restaurant in the 2500 block of North Stockton just before 3 a.m. Both groups fled the area in separate vehicles—a gold Cadillac and a blue Chevy Z71 truck.

The victim, a known gang member who lives in West Town, was dropped off at Stroger about 30 minutes later.

Shell casings and blood were found at 2551 North Stockton, police said. Four parked vehicles were also shot.

Wrigleyville Shots Fired

Wrigley Field’s food and beverage warehouse suffered a gunshot wound after a man opened fire during a disturbance in the 3700 block of North Clark this morning.

Callers reported hearing eight shots fired by a man around 2:15 a.m.

The gunman, described as a white man who was wearing a black hat, black shirt, and blue jean shorts, fled the scene in a white Buick SUV, witnesses said.

Cops found a bullet hole in an overhead door of the Wrigley Field warehouse at 3721 North Clark.

Shots Fired At L Station

One man is in custody after shots were fired during an argument at the Clark/Division Red Line station this morning.

The shooter pulled out a gun and shot at the other man on the L station steps around 3 a.m., but no one was struck, police said.

Cops arrested the offender minutes later at the North/Clybourn station. Charges are pending.

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