The man wanted in connection with the shooting of 7 year old Jaslyn Adams at a McDonald’s drive-thru, was shot by Chicago Police Officers on Thursday.

Around 4 pm on Thursday afternoon Chicago Police Officers were surveilling the suspect in Chicago’s western suburb when they attempted to pull the suspect over heading eastbound on I-290. The suspect took off and eventually crashed his car near Mannheim Road. The suspect then got out of his car and attempted to carjack a family’s vehicle. At that point officer’s opened fire and shot the suspect in the arm. The injuries were not life threatening and the suspect was transported to the local hospital for treatment.

According to Chicago Police two guns were recovered from the suspect.

“We don’t know if the offender shot back…we can’t determine that at this point. The investigation will determine of the offender shot back or not. We fired and struck the suspect multiple times.” – Superintendent Brown

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The suspect is in police custody and the incident is being investigated.

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