Wrigleyville: Man charged with December shooting incident near Wrigley Field

Ryan Wynne was recently charged for the incident, which was reported in late December. | CPD; Addison& Clark

Charges have been filed against a man who was allegedly involved in a shooting incident near Wrigley Field late last year.

A security guard at the newly-opened Addison & Clark entertainment and housing complex, 1025 West Addison, reported seeing two men having an altercation and then pulling guns on each other in the facility’s garage around 2:20 a.m. on Dec. 23rd. At least one shot was then fired, the guard said, but no one was injured.

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.

Ryan Wynne, 26, turned himself in at Area North police headquarters on March 18th.

Wynne is charged with one count of reckless discharge of a  firearm. Judge Mary Marubio set his bail at $5,000.
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