A man is accused of firing shots at a CTA bus in West Pullman after the driver refused to let him board because he was not wearing a mask.
The man, 38, took out a gun and fired several shots at the bus as it was headed east on 95th Street about 10:50 p.m., Chicago police said.
Two bullets struck the doors of the bus, police said. No one was hit.
The man was taken into custody in the 300 block of West 119th Street, police said. Charges were pending.
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The off-duty cop, whose age wasn’t released, was shot in the arm, then returned gunfire but it wasn’t clear if anyone else was shot.
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