Two Police Shootings South
- Chicago Police shot two people — one fatally — in two separate incidents on the South Side Thursday night and Friday afternoon.
In both cases, an offender pointed a gun at an officer, who fired in self defense, police say.
In the first incident, Martice Milliner, 27, was fatally shot late Thursday after he aimed a firearm at an officer in Greater Grand Crossing, officials said.
- In the second incident, a Gang Investigations officer who was threatened with a gun during a traffic stop shot and injured someone in the 10600 block of South Cottage Grove, police said.
After officers pulled over the vehicle, someone inside took out a handgun and pointed it at police, the statement said. An officer then shot the person, who was placed into custody and taken to a hospital.
Two guns recovered and a job well done to all involved.