Boy, 16, grazed by bullet during South Chicago fight

SHARE Boy, 16, grazed by bullet during South Chicago fight
SHARE Boy, 16, grazed by bullet during South Chicago fight

A bullet grazed a 16-year-old boy’s chest during a domestic altercation early Thursday in the South Chicago neighborhood.

He got into a fight with his sister’s ex-boyfriend and some of the ex’s friends about 12:05 a.m. near East 91st Street and South Burley Avenue when a gun went off, police said.

The teen was taken in good condition with a graze wound to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

Police said they know who the shooter was but he was not in custody early Thursday.

Shell casings are marked at the scene of a South Chicago shooting that left a teenage boy hurt early Thursday. | Network Video Productions

Shell casings are marked at the scene of a South Chicago shooting that left a teenage boy hurt early Thursday. | Network Video Productions

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