Shots fired during altercation in Wrigleyville entertainment complex

The Addison & Clark complex is seen to the left of Wrigley Field in this rendering | Addison & Clark

Shots were fired during a dispute in a parking garage at the newly-built Addison & Clark complex across from Wrigley Field early Sunday, police said. No one appears to have been injured.

A security guard at the freshly-opened luxury housing and entertainment facility, 1025 West Addison, reported seeing two men having an altercation and then pulling guns on each other in the garage around 2:20 a.m. At least one shot was then fired, the guard said.

Responding officers found a bullet hole in a parked car. Another motorist called police about 15 minutes later to report that “someone” had fired two shots into his car window in the garage.

A shell casing was found inside the garage later on Sunday morning.

No one was reported injured in the incident, which police have classified as “criminal damage to property.”
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