Chicago Road Rage Shooting
Earlier This Week, a Chicago Road Rage Shooting Killed a 3-Year-Old Boy
Earlier this week, a Chicago road rage shooting took place. It killed a mother and her three children and left a police officer shot in the back of his Yukon. The suspect is currently on the loose and a bounty is on his head.
a 3-year-old boy was shot in the head
During a road rage incident, a 3-year-old boy was shot in the head in Chicago. The incident took place late Friday night in the West Lawn neighborhood. Mateo’s mother and three siblings were in the car. She was trying to flee another car when the gunman opened fire. The family was just leaving a shopping mall when the incident occurred.
The incident began when the man in the red car followed the mother’s car, then opened fire. Mateo was shot in the head. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. He was later pronounced dead.
Authorities are offering a $7000 reward for information leading to an arrest. The suspect is thought to be driving a red Dodge Charger or Ford Mustang. A Chicago police commander says Mateo’s death was senseless.
a 7-year-old boy was shot in the leg
Several crimes were committed in Chicago between Friday and Sunday, including a shooting involving a 7-year-old boy. The shooter is still on the loose and the man’s family wants him to turn himself in.
The shooting happened in the Roseland neighborhood on the Far South Side. It was reported that the boy was shot in his leg. He was taken to Roseland Hospital and later transferred to Comer Children’s Hospital. The boy has been listed in stable condition.
The boy’s mother is a single parent raising four children on her own. She is seeking financial and emotional support. She is not doing well since the loss of her son. She said she has not had many happy days since he died.
The boy was in the back seat of the mother’s car when the shooting occurred. He was sitting next to his siblings when the shooter fired several shots. The shooter struck him in the leg with a rifle round.
a mother and three children were killed
Several days ago, a 3-year-old boy was killed in a road rage shooting in Chicago. The boy’s mother was involved in an argument with an unidentified driver, and the driver of a red sedan followed the woman and shot at her vehicle.
Police said Mateo was shot in the head as he sat with his mother and siblings in the back seat of the car. The gunman is still at large. The gunman opened fire in the 4400 block of West Marquette Road in the West Lawn neighborhood.
Police said that the unidentified driver followed the woman and her three children. The mother tried to flee from the other vehicle, but the gunman shot into her vehicle. The three other children in the vehicle were unharmed.
a police officer was shot in the rear passenger window of a Yukon
Several shots were fired from a red car into a white SUV in a road rage incident in Chicago last week. The vehicle was driven by a 30-year-old woman with braids. The suspect pulled out of the SUV and tried to flee the scene, police said.
A woman was reportedly shot in a Detroit suburb on Monday after she said another driver shot at her car. The suspect was identified by a photo lineup and was charged with felony assault. The woman told police she was shot at while driving her GMC pickup.
Police believe the woman and her child were shot in a road rage incident, but no one was injured. Investigators say the woman’s SUV was dark-colored and had bedazzled license plates. The vehicle also had dark tinted windows.
a bounty has been put on the suspect’s head
Earlier this week, a bounty was placed on the head of the suspect in the Chicago road rage shooting of a 3-year-old boy. A reward of seven thousand dollars is being offered for the arrest of the culprits, but it can’t bring Mateo home. While the reward is a good start, the family of Mateo and his siblings will need much more than a pat on the back.
Mateo was on his way home from the West Lawn shopping mall when he was shot in the head by an unseen assailant. The bullet pierced his brain, but it wasn’t fatal. After a short stint in a local hospital, Mateo was pronounced dead at a young age. This is a tragic loss to the family, but a slew of other crimes were committed in the city between Friday and Sunday.