Man charged in Far South Side shooting

Albert Smith, 35, was charged in a shooting on the first block of East 100th Street on Aug. 4, police said.

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Albert Smith, 35, was charged in a Far South Side shooting.

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A man was charged in a Far South Side shooting that left one person injured.

On Aug. 4, around 6 p.m., Albert Smith, 35, allegedly shot a man multiple times in his body, Chicago Police said.

The victim, 25, was taken to Roseland Hospital where his condition was stabilized, police said.

Smith was arrested almost immediately following the attack when he was identified as the shooter, police said.

Smith was charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated battery with a discharged firearm, police said.

Smith was also charged as an armed habitual criminal, meaning he received, sold, possessed or transferred any firearm after having been convicted at least twice of a felony or any weapon or substance-related crimes, police said.

Bond was scheduled for Aug. 7.

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