In gun violence incidents during this week, a minimum of 32 people was wounded and sadly four of them found dead later within the city.
In Wentworth Gardens on the South Side, a fifteen-year-old boy was also shot to death.
Chicago police and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office said that about 2:44 a.m. Devon Ward was in a courtyard in the 3800-block of South Princeton Avenue when a stranger came and opened fire on him.
The fire hit into his torso and he lost his life at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
After two hours, in Lawndale on the West Side, another person was shot to death who was only eighteen years old man.
Police said that about 4:53 a.m. a gunshot was injured his head in the 1200-block of South Komensky Avenue. He was declared dead at the scene of the incident.
In East Garfield Park, another case of shooting happened in which a man found dead. This also happened on the same day.
Police said that about 10:30 p.m., a thirty year-old man was walking in the 700-block of North Ridgeway Avenue when a lot of men came to him and opened fire. The fires hit him multiple times and he found dead at Mount Sinai Hospital.
On Friday, during a robbery a 33 years old man was killed in Humboldt Park on the West Side.
Police said some officers saw that someone was shooting a 33 years old man near the area of 3600-block of West Division Street. The victim Mutasim Suleiman was brought to the Stroger hospital when he got fire in his chest.
It is said by police and the medical examiner’s office that he was found dead when he came in the hospital.
A policeman said that a gunman came and jumped in a silver car. Officers started chasing him and discharge their weapons but the matter remained unclear.
In the South Loop, a 22 year-old man was fired on Saturday but he is now out of danger.
Police said that about 10 a.m. a man was shot in the calf in the 2100-block of South Michigan Avenue. He was brought to Mercy hospital in a stabilized condition. He was not helping investigators about this incident.