Two men accused of deadly shooting in Chicago’s shopping district

Chicago (AP) — Two men Shooting killing 2 people and injuring 7 Outside the fast food restaurant is just a few blocks from Chicago’s famous Magnificent Mile shopping district.

Chicago Police Department said in a statement Saturday night that Chicago’s Jailn Sanders, 21, was faced with two attempted murders, seven attempted murders, and other charges.

Riverdale’s 20-year-old Kameron Abram has been charged with exacerbating the illegal use of weapons and other charges.

The judge on Sunday denied the bond between both men and ordered them to remain imprisoned.

Sanders was arrested Thursday night minutes after a shooting outside McDonald’s on the city’s Near North Side. Bystanders were scattered by the shooting, including a woman who was seriously injured when many bystanders ran for safety and fell on the third rail of a nearby subway station.

According to police, Sanders escaped into the subway system, but was soon discovered by police. Weapons were also recovered, said Chicago Police Department police officer David Brown on Friday.

Antonio Wade, 30, was identified as one of the people killed in the shooting. The name of the second victim was not disclosed.

The part of the city where the shooting took place is usually tourists, students from the downtown campus of Loyola University in Chicago, parishioners of the city’s famous Holy Cathedral, and the area to shop and dine at restaurants. It is crowded with people who come to.

City leaders have vowed to deal with the city-wide surge in gun violence.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Friday that he would place more police officers in the Magnificent Mile area.

Light foot We also banned minors without companions From Thursday to Sunday after 6 pm from Millennium Park in downtown Chicago Following the recent shoot There a 16-year-old boy died.