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Chicago: A man on parole in the Loop police shooting is now charged with shooting at a suburban subdivision

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CHICAGO — A year ago, Jesse Sanchez was sitting in the back seat of a stolen car when a man in the passenger seat allegedly opened fire on a Chicago police officer who approached him in a loop. you may remember the video.

Chicago police "exchange gunfire" with men in hijacked car =Chicago police “exchange gunfire” with men in hijacked car =

Sanchez did not shoot the officer, but the man who did was shot by police immediately. Prosecutors then charged Sanchez with another gun in the car.

He pleaded guilty this summer in exchange for a year in prison, and after being granted a commutation of time and the state’s standard 50% sentence, no prison sentence occurred. He kept his ankle monitor on as a condition of his parole.

In fact, he was wearing an ankle monitor last Thursday afternoon. report According to the Lake & McHenry County Scanner, he was allegedly fired from a ghost gun while walking in the northern suburbs of Grays Lake.

Jesse Sanchez (2022) | Chicago Police Department

After the altercation, Sanchez left his girlfriend’s house around 12:30 p.m.A pile of fallen leaves scattered on the curb google street view.

Police arrested Sanchez after reviewing surveillance video and talking to witnesses, including Sanchez’s girlfriend, the report said. Police allegedly found his 9mm Ghost gun loaded in his pocket.

He has been charged with reckless firearm shooting and felony possession of three guns.

Sanchez remains in the Lake County Jail as of Wednesday morning. According to the sheriff’s office, he will have to post $50,000 bail to leave the country.

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Written by Natalia Chi

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