Gunman with apparent ‘anger management issues’ kills five neighbors in Chicago

By Tim Stelloh

A Chicago man with apparent “anger management issues” killed five neighbors in an apartment complex shooting on Saturday night, police said.

The 67-year-old suspect, who has not been identified, entered a neighbor’s apartment on the city’s Northwest Side where three men and a woman were eating dinner and fatally shot them, Chicago police Deputy Superintendent Anthony Riccio said, according to NBC Chicago.

The gunman, a retired construction worker, then went to another apartment and shot a fifth person, the station reported. The victim later died at a local hospital.

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Chicago moms who worked to stop gun violence killed in drive-by

Two mothers who fought to curb gun violence in their South Side Chicago neighborhood were killed in a drive-by shooting, on the same street corner where they regularly sat to help kids in need.

Chantell Grant, 26, and Andrea Stoudemire, 35, were gunned down Friday night in a shooting whose intended target was a gangbanger recently released from prison, police said.

“We have no information to suggest they were the intended targets,” police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Tuesday.

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