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Sunday, June 17, 2012

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It amazes me that all 4 of these idiots have college degrees and yet 1 can not run the city the other can not carry a gun one is so far up dady's ass she does whatever he tells her to do and the other one can not find her back bone. 5 dead and 25 wounded in multiple shootings. What gets me is the American weed eaters that stand arcoss the street of  the 2100 block of E. 71st Street flining lead back and forth over the tracks at 8am today and they managed not to hit a single person. Really they did not even hit each other. the best was Tuesday when 5 shots rang out and there was no crime scene. Thank you and happy father's day

5 dead and 23 wounded by gun wheeling monkey

A 16-year-old girl and three other people were killed and at least 21 others wounded Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning across the city, from the Near North Side west to the Austin neighborhood and as far south as 107th Street.

That brought the weekend toll from shootings in the city so far to five people dead and at least 28 wounded. From Friday evening into Saturday morning, 10 people had been shot, one of them fatally.

The girl was shot three times in the West Englewood nighborhood Saturday evening. The other three who died in overnight violence included one of three people shot on the street in Cragin, a woman shot in a van in Chatham and a man shot while sitting in a car in North Austin.

The girl was identified as 16-year-old Shakaki Asphy, of the 4200 block of South Vincennes Avenue, by the Cook County medical examiner's office.

The girl had no gang affiliations and no arrest history, according to police. She and a 21-year-old man were shot about 7 p.m. Saturday in the 2000 block of West 70th Place in the West Englewood neighborhood on the South Side, police said.

The girl was shot in the abdomen and taken in serious-to-critical condition to Advocate Christ Medical Center, where she died at 3:47 a.m. Sunday morning.

The man, who police said was a gang member, was shot in the left leg and also taken to Christ, where his condition was stabilized, according to the Chicago Fire Department and police.

The other shootings across the city overnight included:

• Three people were shot about 12:35 a.m. Sunday in the 2400 block of North Laramie Avenue in the Cragin neighborhood on the Northwest Side, Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Amina Greer said.

Jaime Ocampo, 32, of the 3100 block of North Natchez Avenue, was pronounced dead at the scene. A woman, 43, was shot in the foot and a man, 46, in the leg, police said. The woman was taken to West Suburban Hospital and the man to Mount Sinai Hospital.

• Daniel Dilce, 35, died at Stroger Hospital after he was about 12:30 a.m. in the 1300 block of North Lorel Avenue in the North Austin neighborhood on the West Side, authorities said. Dilce was sitting in a car across from his home when someone walked up and started shooting, authorities said. He was pronounced dead at Stroger about 2:15 a.m.

• Tiffany Edwards, 25, died after being shot about 1:30 a.m. Sunday in the 7600 block of South State Street in the Chatham neighborhood on the South Side, authorities said.

Edwards was in a van when someone approached and started shooting, police said. The van's driver took her to St. Bernard Hospital and Health Care Center, where she was pronounced dead. Edwards had lived in the 8600 block of South Martin Luther King Drive.

• Two men were shot at about 10:39 a.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of South Kolin Avenue in the Lawndale neighborhood on the West Side. One of the men was shot in the hand and the other man was shot in the leg, police said. Both were taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in good condition.

• A man was shot in a possible robbery attempt about 6 a.m. Sunday in the 2000 block of East 93rd Street in the Pill Hill neighborhood on the Southeast Side. He was struck in the knee while standing on his porch, police said.

• About 4:30 a.m. Sunday, a man was shot in the leg in the 2100 block of West 18th Street in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood on the Near Southwest Side, police said. He was in good condition at Mount Sinai Hospital. Details about that shooting weren't immediately available.

• Three people were shot about 3 a.m. Sunday in the 1300 block of North Sedgwick Street in the Old Town neighborhood on the Near North Side, police said. A 26-year-old man was shot in the chest and taken by Chicago Fire Department paramedics to Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Two other men, 27 and 29, walked up to the same hospital with gunshot wounds. The younger man was shot in the arm and the older shot in the ankle. Police said the two would not cooperate with police. All three told police they "heard shots and felt pain."

• A man in his 20s was found shot in the 6000 block of West Wabansia Avenue in the Galewood neighborhood on the Northwest Side about 11 p.m. Saturday, police said. He was shot near the intersection of Menard Avenue and North Avenue, and police believe he walked to the place where he was found.

• A man was shot in the back three times about 10:15 p.m. Saturday on the 2700 block of West Thomas Street in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side, police said. He was in serious condition at Stroger Hospital, Chicago Police News Affairs Sgt. Antoinette Ursitti said.
Angel Colon and his father Jesus were dozing off when the "pop, pop, pop, pop" of gunfire rang out just 50 feet from their front steps in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood early this morning.

The two went outside their home and watched as evidence technicians took photos and detectives checked neighboring homes for bullet holes in the 2300 block of North Laramie Avenue. Police had already found a target of those bullets: Jaime Ocampo, one of four people killed in separate shootings overnight.

Angel Colon said he heard 10 to 15 shots shortly after 12:30 a.m. Then police sirens minutes later.

Blue lights reflected off the windows of two- and three-flats as police cars parked at each end of the crime scene blocked off Laramie Avenue between Medill and Fullerton avenues. Unmarked cars sat nearby, next to a forensic evidence truck.

A green Toyota Corolla had its front driver side window shot out, and there was a bullet hole in its back window. Evidence markers were set next to eight bullet casings.

Ocampo, 32, was shot on the porch of a three-flat apartment building.

Ocampo's family gathered on the north end of the crime scene and stood watching police in the rain. They couldn't get close but feared the body slouched near the door was their relative. Then someone called Ocampo's mother from her son's phone to tell her that her son had been shot.

"We don't even know who called," said Ocampo's sister Faviola Ocampo, 26.

Police told the family that Ocampo, of the 3100 block of North Natchez Avenue, was shot after an argument with another man, Faviola Ocampo said. A 43-year-old woman and a 46-year-old man were also shot but their wounds were not serious, police said.

Ocampo lived with his mother and worked at a factory with his father.

Ocampo was in a gang when he was younger, his family said, and his mother warned him to stop hanging out with the same people. "We moved, and our mom told him, 'Don't hang around them, all you'll get is trouble,' " said a relative.

Faviola Ocampo consoled her sister Lorena, who was holding a small child in pink shirt while a detective talked to them around 4 a.m. Sunday. Police told them they'd have to go to the morgue later in the morning.

"Do you know how long that is for a mother?" asked a relative, who didn't want to be identified.

The family was preparing to leave a short time later to get some sleep before heading to the Cook County medical examiner's office, Faviola Ocampo said.

Ocampo had three children who are between 12 and 14 years old and who are from two relationships and live with their mothers.

"They don't even know,” Faviola Ocampo said. "It's going to be hard to tell them."

Ocampo was hoping to visit his oldest child, a daughter, in California. He communicated with her on Facebook and spoke with her on the phone, Faviola Ocampo said, and last saw the child when she was an infant.

"He was really hoping to see her," she said, holding back tears. "He'll never get to see her again."

Rodney King dead


Rodney King's death investigated as drowningThe Rev. Jesse Jackson says Rodney King's life exposed the nation to racial profiling and police brutality.


King was the black motorist whose 1991 videotaped beating by police sparked race riots in Los Angeles. King was pronounced dead Sunday.