Chicago shooting: Man charged after shots fired on Pace bus along Bishop Ford Expressway

Chicago shooting: Man charged after shots fired on Pace bus along Bishop Ford Expressway

CHICAGO (TOC) — A 33-year-old Chicago man has been charged in reference to an incident on a Tempo bus earlier this week during which photographs had been fired on the Bishop Ford Expressway, Illinois State Police mentioned Thursday morning.

Anthony Bland was charged Wednesday with illegal use of a weapon by a felon, reckless discharge of a firearm and felony harm to property.

State police beforehand mentioned an individual was in custody after photographs had been fired inside a Tempo bus on the Bishop Ford Expressway close to a hundred and thirtieth Avenue Tuesday afternoon.

A Tempo spokesperson mentioned there was a struggle between passengers on the bus and photographs had been fired about 3:45 p.m. State police mentioned Bland was recognized because the suspect within the capturing.

Nobody onboard the bus was injured, Tempo and state police confirmed.

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The #353 bus, which companies the South Aspect of Chicago and numerous south suburbs, ended up stopping on the shoulder for about an hour, however no lanes of site visitors had been blocked.

It is unclear what number of passengers had been onboard the bus on the time of the capturing.

Two males had been seen being positioned into the again of a cruiser, however they weren’t in handcuffs. They had been apparently delivered to the police station for questioning.

Bland is being held at Prepare dinner County Jail with no bond.

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