These are just some of the shootings Maggio News covered on the first 90% weekend in Chicago.
Authorities fatally shot a man who fired at them on Friday afternoon in west suburban Lyons, hours after the man had killed his estranged wife in Sycamore, according to police.
Lidia Juarez had an order of protection against her 44-year-old husband Antonio Juarez, according to a statement from Sycamore police.
The 37-year-old woman was found dead with a gunshot wound inside her car about 2 p.m. outside the Illinois Dept. of Human Services office where she worked at 1629 Afton Road in Sycamore, police said. Investigators found out that Antonio Juarez had been staying at a hotel nearby, and witnesses saw him take off after the shooting in his Chrysler 300, police said.
About 6 p.m., Illinois State Police investigators tracked the car down and, along with police from multiple agencies, began following him in Lyons, according to state police.When they tried to pull Antonio Juarez over near the intersection of Ogden and Joliet avenues, he began firing a gun at the officers, police said.
The officers returned fire, killing the man at the scene, police said. It wasn’t clear which officers struck him. No police were hurt. They recovered a firearm from Antonio Juarez.
Victim a male black, 29, was standing on the sidewalk when a male offender approached on foot and fired shots. Victim was taken to Stroger in stable condition with a gunshot wound to the left hip. No one is in custody. Area South investigating.
Victim a male black, 16, was standing on the sidewalk when a male occupant in a blue van fired shots. Victim was taken in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the chest to Christ. No one is in custody. Area South investigating.