Man shot dead near Howard Red Line station on border with Evanston

He was shot during an argument on the border of Chicago and Evanston, police say.

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A man was shot dead July 23, 2020, in the 300 block of Howard Street in Evanston.

A man was shot dead July 23, 2020, in the 300 block of Howard Street in Evanston.

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A 20-year-old man was killed and another man wounded early Thursday in a shooting near the CTA Howard Red Line station on Chicago’s border with Evanston, police said.

Brian Carrion, of Glenview, was shot about 1:15 a.m. during an argument near the station in the 300 block of Howard Street, according to Evanston police.

Paramedics with the Chicago Fire Department found him lying on the ground and attempted to revive him, but he was pronounced dead, police said.

Another man, a 21-year-old Evanston resident, was grazed by gunfire, police said. He was treated and released from St. Francis Hospital in Evanston.

Evanston police detectives and North Regional Major Crimes Task Force are conducting a homicide investigation.

In December 2019, 20-year-old Macksantino Webb was killed in a mid-day shooting outside the Howard Station. Family said Webb had moved to the North Side from Englewood to live with an uncle to escape violence.

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