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BREAKING: Chicago Officer Shot In Police Station Parking Lot

Chicago, IL – A Chicago Police Department sergeant was shot in the parking lot of the department’s 6th District station Sunday afternoon.

The shooting happened at around 2:45 p.m. in the 7800 block of South Halsted Street, according to WLS.

No details about what led up to the shooting have been released at this time.

Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown tweeted that a Chicago Police Sergeant sustained a graze wound to the chin area while standing in the parking lot at the police station.

No suspects are in custody, according to Superintendent Brown.

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Christopher Berg

Editor-in-Chief: Twitter/@SnarkyCop. Christopher left his job as a police officer to manage The Police Tribune to provide context to the public about police incidents. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as a law enforcement dispatcher trainer.

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