Man, 31, shot in South Shore drive-by

SHARE Man, 31, shot in South Shore drive-by

6900 block of South East End | Google Maps

A man was wounded by gunfire late Wednesday in the South Shore neighborhood on the Far South Side.

At 11:46 p.m., the 31-year-old was walking on a sidewalk in the 6900 block of South East End when someone in a grey sedan shot him, according to Chicago police. Bullets struck him in the left hand and left leg.

The 31-year-old was taken to University of Chicago Medical Center, police said. No one is in custody.

The Latest
Robert Magiet, a restaurant owner, delivered 24 air conditioning units to residents in Logan Square, Humboldt Park and other nearby areas Tuesday and Wednesday as Chicago hit four days in a row with temperatures exceeding 90 degrees.
Everything at the business — Commercial Pallet, 2029 W. Hubbard St., including inventory, machinery, equipment, vehicles — was ‘a total loss,’ in the fire, the owner’s daughter said. Fire crews were rotated in and out to protect them from heat exhaustion.
Snapping the four-game losing streak is the top priority. However, also looming is the 2025 pick swap the Wings own over the Sky as a result of the Marina Mabrey trade.
“Justice for Jai’Mani” and “justice for number seven” were among the rallying cries for the boy who was shot and killed Wednesday outside his home on the Near West Side. No one has been arrested.
“Strong-minded, winner, team-first mentality, talent, work ethic, character, integrity,” Grifol said of Crochet.