IL - 7 shot at least 3 killed in shooting rampage, Chicago and Evanston, 09 Jan 2021

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    U of C student, security guard among at least 3 killed in shooting rampage between Chicago, Evanston: CPD

    Seven people have been shot and at least three of the victims killed after a shooting rampage that stretched from Chicago to Evanston Saturday, according to Chicago police.

    Chicago police identified the suspect as 32-year-old Jason Nightengale. Nightengale was killed by Evanston Police, marking the end to an hours long shooting spree.

    Cook County Court records obtained by the I-Team early Sunday reveal a lengthy series of arrests and prosecutions beginning in 2005 for gun and drug violations, criminal trespass, theft, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, reckless conduct and domestic violence.
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    Leading up to the hours-long, cross-metro crime spree on Saturday, Nightengale posted slurred and rambling social media videos, according to law enforcement sources.
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    Jason Nightengale: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know | Heavy.com

    Jason Nightengale was a 32-year-old Illinois man who went on a random shooting rampage in Chicago and Evanston on January 10, randomly wounding and murdering multiple people in an IHOP, convenience store, street, and apartment. Altogether seven people were shot, at least five fatally.

    According to Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown, who spoke in a news conference, Nightengale shot and killed an apartment security guard, a man sitting in a garage, and a man in a convenience store. He also shot a teenager in a car, a woman in an IHOP restaurant, and other people during the shooting spree.

    The shootings were random. Nightengale was then shot and killed by Evanston police. One of the victims was a student at the University of Chicago, the university confirmed in a statement on Twitter. The victims’ names were not yet released.
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    Victims Of Shooting Rampage That Stretched Across City Identified As Anthony Faulkner Jr., Doorwoman Aisha Johnson, University Of Chicago Ph.D. Student Yiran Fan
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    Fan was shot and killed in the parking garage at the Regents Park building, at 5035 S. East End Ave. in a section of the East Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhood known as Indian Village, around 1:50 p.m. Saturday.

    After shooting and killing Fan, Brown said, Nightengale went to another building on the next block north – The Barclay condominium complex at 4940 S. East End Ave. Nightengale entered the vestibule of the building, took out a gun, and began firing shots – striking two women.

    One of those women was doorwoman Aisha Johnson, 46, who lost her life.
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    Nightengale also shot a 77-year-old woman who was retrieving her mail at The Barclay, Brown said Saturday night. She was shot in the head and was left in critical condition, Brown said.

    After stealing a man’s car keys at gunpoint on the 19th floor of an Indian Village building, police said Nightengale took off to a convenience store on Halsted Street near 93rd Street in the Brainerd neighborhood.

    The family of 20-year-old Anthony “A.J.” Faulkner Jr. added he was murdered by Nightengale in that convenience store.
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    An 81-year-old woman was also critically wounded in the convenience store shooting.
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    Nightengale was ultimately shot and killed by Evanston police – after he also shot and wounded a 15-year-old girl in the 10300 block of South Halsted Street, fired a shot in a CVS store at Howard Street and Asbury Avenue in Evanston, and then took a woman hostage at an IHOP across the street.
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    Wow...Just learning of this terrible rampage attack. (Now listed as 5 dead.)
    I wonder why it hasn't popped up on the national news sites?
    God Bless all those innocent victims...
     
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    Jason Nightengale Posted Numerous Menacing Facebook Videos Before Shooting Rampage -- Were Warning Signs Missed?

    For days, Jason Nightengale drove around Chicago, telling his Facebook Live audience he was going to kill people – and even blow up his whole community.

    He even flashed his gun on video.

    On Saturday, police said Nightengale killed three people and injured four more in a shooting spree from the South Side to Evanston. On Monday night, CBS 2’s Jermont Terry looked into possible missed warning signs.
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    Woman shot at Evanston IHOP during January 9 shooting spree has died | WGN-TV

    A fourth victim died Sunday following a shooting spree that started in Chicago and ended in Evanston just over a week ago.

    The last of the victims as Jason Nightengale shot seven people apparently at random, killing three others, was named by the medical examiner as 61-year-old Marta Torres.

    The Evanston resident was shot inside the local iHop after Nightengale attempted to take her hostage as he fled from police.
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