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Man charged in connection with Englewood shooting due in court Monday



CHICAGO — A suspect is expected to appear in court Monday in connection with the shooting that left 13 people wounded in Englewood.

The shooting happened around 12:35 a.m. Sunday during a memorial party inside a vacant apartment in the 5700 block of South May.

Chicago police charged Marciano White, 37, with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon in connection with the shooting.

Officers arrested White as he was running away from the scene with a gun. Authorities haven’t said whether he fired any shots.

Police said the shooting stemmed from a dispute at the party that was “given in memorial of a subject slain in April,” Chief of Patrol Fred Waller said at a news conference Sunday.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot went to the hospital Sunday to visit some of the victims.

Here’s a list of the victims’ ages and conditions, according to Chicago police.

  • Male, 25, gunshot wound to the buttocks and upper right thigh, good condition.
  • Male, 20, gunshot wound  to the chest and arm pit, good condition.
  • Male, 20, gunshot wound to the left thigh, stable condition.
  • Male, 27, gunshot wound to the right leg, good condition.
  • Female, 38, gunshot wound to the chest, stable condition.
  • Female, 27, gunshot wound to both legs, stable  condition.
  • Male, 40, gunshot wound to the chest, critical condition.
  • Male, 21 gunshot wound to the back, critical condition.
  • Male,16, gunshot wound to the back, serious condition.
  • Female, 29, gunshot wound to the leg, stable condition.
  • Male, 48, gunshot wound to the right foot, good condition.
  • Male, 20, gunshot wound to the left foot, good condition.

 

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