CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police have taken two people into custody in connection with a drive-by shooting Tuesday night that left one man dead and three other people wounded a block from Police Headquarters.

upt. Garry McCarthy said, at an unrelated news conference, that three guns were seized in the course of the investigation into the shootings, near the intersection of 35th Street and Indiana Avenue.

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Police say 52-year-old Christan Barlow, of the 2400 block of East 73rd Street, was fatally wounded. Police say Barlow was apparently an innocent bystander, caught in the crossfire on 35th Street when the gunman opened fire from a car and the intended targets fired back.

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A man and woman, both 18, were taken to Stroger Cook County Hospital with gunshot wounds to the back. Police said that her condition was critical and his was serious, police said. A 20-year-old man was treated at Northwestern Memorial Hospital for a gunshot wound to the leg.

McCarthy said Wednesday that those who are surprised by shooting should not be.

“No. A building (police station) does not in any way, shape or form deter criminals from criminal activity,” he said.

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McCarthy said he’s said that ever since his arrival in Chicago four years ago, most prominently when the decision was made to close several police stations.