A Chicago police officer was accidentally shot in the leg by a fellow officer while dealing with a vicious dog, the Chicago Tribune reported.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, May 7
A Chicago Police officer was accidentally shot in the leg by a fellow officer while dealing with a vicious dog, the Chicago Tribune reported. The newspaper reported that the shooting occured in the Englewood neighborhood when two police officers and a supervisor were confronted by a charging dog on the second-floor landing of a building in the 1200 block of West 72nd Place. The Tribune reported that the 42-year-old officer was in good condition at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital.
Chicago police arrested two individuals in the 4800 block of Greenleaf Street for narcotic offenses on Feb. 14. Skokie Patch reported that three days prior, several shots were fired at an apartment unit on the same street.
A helicopter and more than half-a-dozen Chicago police officers executed a warrant arrest in the 4800 block of Greenleaf Street in Skokie on Feb. 14 around 8 p.m. Two individuals were arrested for narcotic offenses which originated out of Chicago, police said. The arrests came after several shots were fired at an apartment window on the same block on Feb. 11 around 2:17 a.m. Multiple people were inside the unit at the time of the shooting, according to the police report. One of the residents told officers that her son received threatening text messages earlier that day. That person is believed to be the offender's target and left prior to police arrival because he had several warrants out for his arrest, police said. "S*** about to get …