greenshooting_092718_31_e1553326435882.jpg

Sun-Times file photo

Man wounded in drive-by shooting on South Side

SHARE Man wounded in drive-by shooting on South Side
SHARE Man wounded in drive-by shooting on South Side

A man was shot and wounded early Saturday in the Fuller Park neighborhood on the South Side.

About 2:10 a.m., the 33-year-old was walking on a sidewalk in the 4800 block of South Princeton Avenue when someone in a light-colored car fired shots, Chicago police said.

The man was struck in the hip and took himself to Provident Hospital, according to police. He was transferred to Stroger Hospital, and his condition stabilized. No one was in custody.

The Latest
Damontae Sessom was charged as an adult with attempted murder and aggravated battery in the Tuesday shooting that wounded a 27-year-old bystander as she waited for a bus.
“We have to invest now,” Colleen Cicchetti, a psychologist at Lurie Children’s Hospital, told a panel of legislators tasked with addressing the shortage.
Once again, Democrats are pushing for not the perfect, but at least some good when it comes to responding to mass shootings, the latest in Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas.
In March, the Illinois Senate rejected the appointments of two interim board members. A third quit rather than face a vote. With 2 new members, the board returned Thursday.
“Don’t touch me, don’t touch me,” Julie Campus is heard screaming on police body cam video of the incident. “What did I do?”