CHICAGO - Shootings in Chicago over the weekend resulted in four deaths and 35 wounded, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.
Twenty-one-year-old Cindy Bahena was a passenger in a car traveling through the city's Logan Square neighborhood when a group of men standing on a sidewalk shouted gang slogans and fired shots at the vehicle around 12:25 a.m. Sunday, according to the paper. Bahena suffered gunshot wounds and was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
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Police told the Sun-Times that the driver of the car is a known gang member and that Bahena was not the intended target. As of Sunday night, no one was in custody for the crime.
Around 2 a.m. Saturday, 17-year-old Jaquez Williams was standing on a block in Chicago's West Side when he was fatally shot in the head, the paper reports. Authorities said that Williams lived about a block away from where the incident occurred.
Martarvian Emery, 21, was shot in the chest in the kitchen of a home on South Winchester Avenue when someone outside the house opened fire. The Sun-Times reports that Emery was pronounced dead at the scene, while a 19-year-old woman was taken to the hospital for a gunshot wound in her leg.
Late on Friday in the city's West Pullman neighborhood, 32-year-old Leonore Draper - who had just attended an anti-violence event - was shot in the arm and later died at the hospital, according to the paper. Draper was employed by the Chicago Public Schools, where she worked as a budget analyst.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that no one is currently in custody for any of the shootings.