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1 dead, 2 hurt in shooting at Chicago Starbucks
04 November 2017, 12:36 | Kara Nash
A North Side alderman said he is taking "immediate action" after a drug deal led to the fatal shooting of one man, and the wounding of two people, including a 12-year-old, inside an Uptown Starbucks on Thursday night.
Watkins, who lived in the Avalon Park neighborhood, was pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said.
A 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound following a shooting took place at 8.10pm (1.10am GMT) local time. The victim, identified by the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office as Sauvignon Watkins, of the 1100-block of East 82nd Street, was a father of two.
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Chicago police Cmdr. Marc Buslik, of the 19th District, told reporters outside the Starbucks the shooting was possibly preceded by a botched drug deal between the shooter and the man who died in the coffee shop. "We were outside and heard two shots, then a pause, and I grabbed my wife and kind of pushed her down and said 'Shots!' And then there were three more nearly within a few seconds", said Mike Swaiko, who was across the street at the time of the shooting. Fire officials said the boy was in serious-to-critical condition.
Buslik said police believe the wounded boy and man knew the dead man but did not elaborate on their relationship. The attacker - who wore dark clothing and a mask, followed him and opened fire - hitting the man.
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