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    SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Police on Sunday were investigating after one man was killed and eight people were wounded in a weekend shooting at a party that drew about 100 people to a Southern California hookah lounge. San Bernardino police officers dispatched late Friday found a man shot in the parking lot outside the strip mall lounge, where the party had been advertised on social media in the city east of Los Angeles, Sgt. Equino Thomas said. The man, Allen Gresham, 20, was pronounced dead at the scene, a police statement said. Eight people who were shot and wounded were treated at hospitals. Some were taken by ambulance and others went on their own, he said. Police said their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. Two people were detained and one was arrested on suspicion of possessing a stolen gun, the police statement said. They were not identified. The shooting involving at least two people started inside the hookah lounge after an argument and people spilled into the parking lot, where more shots were fired, officials said....
    SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KABC) -- As a makeshift memorial begins to grow, family members and loved ones are remembering the 20-year-old killed during a shooting at a party in San Bernardino.Allen Gresham Jr. was killed when gunfire erupted late Friday night inside THA Blue Flame, a hookah bar near the intersection of Palm and Highland avenues, according to investigators.Police have since called the party an "unpermitted special event." Investigators believe some sort of argument occurred between at least two individuals and "multiple gunshots were exchanged."Gresham was found dead at the scene while eight others were left injured.On Sunday morning, a memorial was seen filling up the parking lot of the bar to honor the 20-year-old.Gresham was from San Bernardino and according to his grandmother, he had attended the party after receiving a flyer. Eyewitness News also spoke with Gresham's aunt, Pamela Brown, who said she's still in shock."He was just out [Friday night] having a good time, you know?" she said. "Whatever happened ... somebody just went in there and just did whatever. He wasn't a gangbanger. He graduated from...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The woman shot and killed in Auburn Gresham while confronting a man who was burglarizing her garage has been identified, Cook County officials said.Chicago police said Jessica Hudson, 21, walked into her garage while it was being burglarized around 7:45 p.m. in the 7500-block of South Wolcott Avenue.The burglar shot her in the chest, back and arm, killing her, CPD said.RELATED: Girl, 3, aunt injured in Gresham shooting; over 40 rounds fired, Chicago police sayThe shooter then fled the scene. No one is currently in custody. An investigation by Area Two detectives is ongoing.Police have not released any description of the suspect.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A 3-year old girl was shot multiple times Wednesday night in Chicago's South Side Gresham neighborhood.She was with her 31-year-old aunt, who was also shot, as over 40 rounds were fired.The woman and girl were standing near the curb just before 11 p.m. in the 1300-block of West 76th Street when someone fired several shots from a distance before fleeing the scene on foot, Chicago police said.The young girl was shot twice in each leg and was taken to Comer Children's Hospital, where she is listed in fair condition. The woman was shot in the foot and was taken to University of Chicago Medical Center, where she is listed in good condition.No one was in custody Thursday morning.SEE MORE: Chicago shooting in West Englewood injures 2 children, 2 adults, CFD saysArea Two detectives are investigating.So far this year, 87 children have been shot; 15 have died.In a press conference Wednesday, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown talked about more policing efforts in the summer months."We have the support system from street outreach, other neighborhood organizations that support us,...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A 15-year-old was critically injured in a shooting in Auburn Gresham Friday afternoon, Chicago police said.Police said the teen was speaking to a man in the 900-block of East 78th Street shortly after 4 p.m. when the man pulled out a gun and fired twice.The teen was struck in the middle of the back. He was taken to Comer Children's Hospital in critical condition, according to CPD.No further details have been released. No one is currently in custody. Area Two detectives are investigating.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A 49-year-old man found dead after a fire in Chicago's South Side Gresham neighborhood early Wednesday morning had been shot in the head, Chicago police said.CPD initially said the man was found on the first floor of a home after a fire in the 7900-block of South Elizabeth Street about 12:45 a.m. He was pronounced deceased on the scene, and no other injuries were reported.RELATED: Girl, 17, critically injured in shooting, crash near Chicago State UniversityChicago police later said further investigation revealed the man had been shot in the head, and Area Two detectives are investigating the incident as a homicide.This is a developing story; check back with ABC7 Chicago for updates.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- There's an investigation into a grim discovery in the city's Gresham neighborhood, Chicago police said.Two people were found dead inside a home in the 8300 block of South Sangamon Street near 83rd Street.SEE ALSO | Rosemont mall shooting: Police locate person of interest after man fatally shot, at least 1 injuredChicago police said one person was a man who was shot in the head.Police have not released many details, but said no one was in custody. Area Two detectives are investigating.Police did not provide further information about the incident.
    CHICAGO (CBS) – A man was shot while standing outside in the Gresham neighborhood early Sunday morning. Police said around 2:08 a.m., the 30-year-old victim was standing outside when he was shot at by an unidentified offender who fled the scene. The victim ran towards a house and collapsed in the doorway. The victim was transported to Christ Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds to the body in critical condition.  The victim was unable to provide further details due to the severity of his injuries. No one is in custody. Area Two detectives are investigating.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A man is dead after being shot by someone in a passing car in Auburn Gresham Monday afternoon. At 3:55 p.m., the 29-year-old victim was on the street in the 8300 block of South Elizabeth Street when a car pulled up and someone fired shots at him from inside. The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his body and was pronounced dead on the scene. Area Two detectives are investigating.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- An attempted carjacking in Chicago's Auburn Gresham neighborhood left a man critically injured after he was shot in the head.Chicago police said a 46-year-old man was driving in the 7600-block of South Carpenter around 2 p.m. Tuesday when three to four people came out of a gangway and tried to talk to him.READ MORE: Food delivery driver robbed, carjacked at gunpoint on NW Side Two of the suspects pulled out guns and opened fire, striking the victim in the head. He was taken to University of Chicago Hospital in critical condition.Police said they believe the shooting happened during an attempted carjacking. No one is currently in custody. An investigation by Area 2 detectives is ongoing.MORE: Woman, 20, shot and killed while sitting in car in West Pullman
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A woman was killed when a shot was fired through a window of her Auburn Gresham home on Chicago's South Side early Friday morning.Chicago police said a 25-year-old woman was standing in the front room of her home in the 7600 block of S. May Street when someone fired multiple rounds through the window around 1:42 a.m.SEE ALSO | Mother killed steps from Roseland memorial for son, 14, feared of death in family, friend saysThe woman was shot once in the chest and rushed to University of Chicago Medical Center, police said, where she was pronounced death. Her identity has not yet been released.Chicago police said Area Two detectives are investigating. No one is in custody.
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A woman is dead and another woman is in serious condition after a shooting in Gresham Monday morning. Police said a 22-year-old woman was found dead in a bathtub with a gunshot wound to her head, in the 8200 block of South Justine Street just before 5:30 a.m. 2 women shot in Gresham this morning. Per CPD, one woman was found in the bathtub with a gunshot wound to her head. She didn’t survive. Another was found on the sidewalk, shot in the face. She’s in serious condition. Police say they are looking for the shooter @cbschicago — Mugo Odigwe (@MugoOdigwe) November 22, 2021 The second victim, a 20-year-old woman, was found outside on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound to her face. She was taken to University of Chicago Hospital in serious condition. No arrest have been made.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago police officer who shot and killed Gresham man Michael Craig had been suspended in the past, documents show.The documents reveal the officer was suspended in 2019 for actions that included threatening a fellow cop, and that the suspension lasted about three months. The officer was reinstated after seeking treatment for a drinking problem.ABC7 is not naming the officer because he is not yet charged with anything.Craig, 61, had called police to report his wife had attacked him with a knife on the morning of Oct. 4. Two 911 calls were placed about a domestic disturbance between Craig and his wife that day.READ MORE: Body camera footage released of deadly police shooting of Michael Craig during domestic disturbanceCraig had told his young son to ask a neighbor for help. That neighbor made the first call.The second call was from Craig himself, saying his wife was attacking him with a knife."Hello? I need the police here. My wife got a knife on me," Craig said on the call. "She got a knife on my throat and I...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Civilian Office of Police Accountability on Wednesday released video and other materials from an incident in which an officer shot and killed a building custodian during a domestic disturbance in Auburn Gresham. Michael Craig was shot and killed by a Chicago Police officer on the morning of Monday, Oct. 4 in a building in the 7700 block of South Carpenter Street. The officer was responding to a domestic call at the time. READ MORE: Heather Mack Arrested On Federal Conspiracy And Obstruction Of Justice Charges In Mother's Murder, After Release From Prison In IndonesiaA 7-year-old child was present at the time, though video shows the child was asked to stay outside. Police at the time said when they arrived at the scene and opened the door of a top-floor apartment, they saw a domestic dispute with a knife in progress. “The officers observed a domestic disturbance, a domestic altercation coming from within,” Deputy Chief Rahman Muhammad said at the time. “At that point, shots were fired. The responding officer discharged his service weapon, striking an individual.”...
    The fatal prop gun shooting on the set of "Rust" could have been avoided if the proper gun safety protocols were adhered to, according to a firearm safety expert. Tom Gresham, the host of Gun Talk Radio, told Fox News that the number one rule of gun safety was broken.  "Rule number one is you treat all guns as though they're loaded all the time," he insisted. "Number two rule is don't point a gun at anything you're not willing to destroy." On Oct. 21, "Rust" cinematographer Halyna Hutchins died after actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun that was handed to him by an assistant director who mistakenly believed it was safe to use on the New Mexico set. She was 42 years old. Director Joel Souza was also hit and injured but has since been released from the hospital. ALEC BALDWIN HANDED PROP GUN ON 'RUST' SET BY CREW MEMBER WHO WAS PREVIOUSLY FIRED AFTER 2019 MISHAP "The world of movie sets is a little different and there's a trust factor that probably is going to get reevaluated...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Shell casings lined a street in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood where a 2-year-old girl and a man were injured in a drive-by shooting Friday.The little girl was in her mother's arms when Chicago police said a silver-colored SUV pulled up and opened fire, spraying bullets just after 5 p.m. in the 8400 block of S. Sangamon St.The 2-year-old girl was struck in the arm and taken to Comer Children's Hospital in good condition, police said. The man, 25, was shot in the thigh and taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he was also in good condition.The child was hit in the arm as the family tried to take cover from the gunfire. The bullets also hit two cars and a nearby home.Police sources said someone returned fire in the neighborhood, firing an AK-47 back at the drive-by shooter.It was the return fire that police said triggered the ShotSpotter alert. Neighbors who heard the barrage of bullets called 911.No arrests have been made. Area Two detectives are investigating.
     CHICAGO (CBS) — A toddler and a man were wounded in a shooting Friday afternoon in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood. The shooting happened around 4:45 p.m. in the 8400 block of South Sangamon Avenue. Chicago Fire Department officials said a toddler and a man were shot, and described their conditions as “stable.” No further information was immediately available.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago police officer fatally shot a man Monday morning in Gresham, as officers were responding to a domestic disturbance, officials said.During a press conference later Monday morning, officials said officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance at 78th and Carpenter streets about 7:35 a.m.Police went up to a second floor apartment, observed an altercation and "loud disturbances," and one officer shot a man inside the apartment, CPD officials said.The officer then rendered aid to the man, according to CPD.Paramedics responded around 7:40 a.m. to 78th and Carpenter streets and found a man in his 30s who died from a gunshot wound, Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Merritt said.A woman was transported in good condition to a hospital, but it was unclear how she was injured, Merritt said.RELATED: Gunshots fired within minutes of mayor, police superintendent leaving police roll callCivilian Office of Police Accountability investigators were headed to the scene.Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call COPA at 312-746-3609 or visit COPA is responding to an officer-involved shooting in the 006 District. If...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A shooting involving Chicago police was reported in Gresham Monday morning. CPD confirmed the shooting took place in the 7700 block of South Carpenter Street. Police involved shooting in the 7700 block of S. Carpenter. @ChicagoCAPS06. Additional details to follow. PIO on scene. #ChicagoPolice — Tom Ahern (@TomAhernCPD) October 4, 2021 No further details were provided. This is a developing story. 
    By Mary Chappell CHICAGO (CBS) — A man was pronounced dead at the hospital after being shot last week in Gresham, police said Sunday. The man, 56, was sitting in a parked vehicle in the 8900 block of South Lowe Sept. 29 at about 11:21 p.m. when an unknown offender opened fire, wounding him in the right leg and face, according to police. He was taken to University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition and later pronounced dead. Nobody is in custody as Area Two detectives investigate.