Chicago Cop Shoots Unarmed 13-Year-Old Boy Who Ran From Stolen Car

CHICAGO — A police officer shot and critically wounded an unarmed 13-year-old who ran after being stopped in a stolen automotive utilized in a carjacking, in line with printed studies.

Around 10:15 p.m. Wednesday, officers curbed a 2008 Honda that police say was utilized in a vehicular carjacking earlier this week in Oak Park.

A masked man reportedly stole a automotive left working with a toddler inside close to Lake Street and Oak Park Avenue. The stolen automotive was discovered with the kid unhurt about quarter-hour later.

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After police curbed the Honda Wednesday evening, a 13-year-old boy jumped out of the automotive and ran. An officer shot him. A source told the Sun-Times no photographs have been fired at police and no gun was discovered

The boy was taken to Stroger Hospital in crucial situation, according to a Sun-Times report that cited legislation enforcement sources.

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Police issued a press release early Thursday morning that didn’t point out the boy’s age, or what menace he posed to the officer who shot him.

“As officers approached the vehicle, an offender fled on foot to the 800 block of N. Cicero, where an officer discharged his weapon, striking the offender,” the assertion stated.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot stated in a press release that she is conscious the unarmed boy has been shot and has talked to police Supt. David Brown and Civilian Office of Police Accountability administrator Andrea Kersten, and has confidence they’re going to work collectively to research.

The officer who fired the photographs has not been recognized.

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