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Brother Of Fatally Shot Former CPS Basketball Star Charged

Brian Haynes, 21, appeared in bond court Saturday and faces four counts of home invasion with the discharge of a firearm. (Photo by Chicago Police Dept.)

Brian Haynes, 21, appeared in bond court Saturday and faces four counts of home invasion with the discharge of a firearm. (Photo by Chicago Police Dept.)

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CHICAGO (STMW) – On the night that former Chicago Public Schools basketball star Michael Haynes was gunned down, his younger brother allegedly threatened to shoot four people, according to police.

Brian Haynes, 21, appeared in bond court Saturday and faces four counts of home invasion with the discharge of a firearm, according to a statement from police News Affairs.

Haynes allegedly threatened to shoot the four people in the 11600 block of South Vincennes Avenue about 10:34 p.m., about six hours after his brother was pronounced dead, police said.

Michael Haynes, 22, was shot dead Thursday while trying to break up a fight over a stolen necklace near his home, said his cousin Kandice Blouin, 25.

Police said he was shot in the wrist, chest and lower back about 5:10 p.m. in the 11600 block of South Vincennes Avenue. Acquaintances dropped him off at MetroSouth Medical Center in Blue Island, where he was declared dead about 6:25 p.m., authorities said.

Blouin said several men were shoving each other when Haynes pushed the shooter, who pulled out a gun and shot him.

Hayes’ basketball career involved a number of destinations. In May he committed to Iona College in New York and it looked like his dream of playing Division I basketball was finally coming true.

“He was an innocent victim, very loved by everybody,” Blouin said. “He was our meal ticket. He was going to heal this hood and they took his life.”

As a freshman in high school, he averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds at Corliss High School. Sophomore year, he teamed with Deandre Liggins at Washington and led the Minutemen to the city championship game at the United Center, where they lost to Simeon and Derrick Rose.

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