Woman ‘very uncooperative’ after being shot in Uptown, police say

CHICAGO — A woman was being “very uncooperative with police” after getting shot in Uptown overnight, according to a Chicago police media statement.

The woman called the police around 1:40 a.m. and said she was lying on the ground in the 4400 block of North Clark after being shot. Officers found her there with gunshot wounds to her left hip and right foot, police said. She was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in good condition.

CPD said she refused to answer any questions about the shooting. They did not release the woman’s age.

Officers at the scene said they saw two shell casings lying behind the glass door of a nearby building.

The woman is the eleventh person shot in Uptown this year. That compares to ten as of this date last year and eleven in 2021.

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