Man killed in West Pullman shooting

Man killed in West Pullman shooting

Man killed in West Pullman shooting

A mother watched on Thursday as a man approached the Chicago south side restaurant where she works and opened fire, killing her two sons and two other men in a shooting that police described as gang-related retaliation, media reported. The fatalities from the South Shore attack were Emmanuel Stokes, 28, and Edwin Davis, 32 who were both found inside the restaurant and Dillon Jackson, 20 and his brother Raheem Jackson, 19 who were outside.

Calvin, who attended Dunbar and Julian high schools, was four months pregnant when was pronounced dead at the scene at 12:27 p.m., authorities said. A woman who saw the footage of the shooting on her home surveillance system told the Chicago Sun-Times that another individual got out of the van and ran away.

According to the report, the boys' mother was seen pacing in a nearby parking lot, within view of and equal distance from her dead sons.

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Before the day was done, a man and a woman were shot to death just after 11 a vehicle in front of the South Shore Cultural Center not far away, police said.

In the latest fatal shooting in South Shore, a couple were in a silver van when a black Jeep pulled alongside and someone inside fired shots, police said.

Earlier, about a mile from the restaurant, the body of 26-year-old Patrice L. Calvin was discovered in a home. Dillon's body lay outside the restaurant once the shooting stopped. The boy was taken to Illinois Masonic Medical Center in critical condition. He was hit in the arm and taken in good condition to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. The other was wearing all white and also had a dark complexion, police said.

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-Around 7:40 a.m. on the West Side, a man walked into a hospital with a gunshot wound to the left arm, according to police.

Johnson said Friday there will be a heavy and aggressive police presence in the South Shore neighborhood until the perpetrators of Thursday's violence are in custody. "It's insane", said Rochelle Peterson, who lives in the area.

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