Man, woman fatally shot in separate attacks in Roseland 20 minutes apart

No one was in custody in either attack.

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Two people were found fatally shot in Nov. 24, in separate shootings in Roseland.

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A man and woman were found fatally shot Wednesday morning in separate attacks in Roseland on the Far South Side.

About 12:15 a.m., officers responded to a ShotSpotter alert in the 10700 block of South Langley Avenue and found Damari D. Black, 20, unresponsive in a vacant lot with gunshot wounds to his chest and abdomen, according to Chicago police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Black was taken to Roseland Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said.

About 20 minutes later, officers responded to a ShotSpotter alert in the 200 block of West 110th Place and found a Delisa Tucker, 31, lying on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound to her chest, police and the medical examiner’s office said.

She was also brought to Roseland Community Hospital and pronounced dead, police said.

No one was in custody in either attack.

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