CHICAGO (CBS) — Eleven people are facing various charges and citations following a large brawl involving Chicago Police officers Tuesday night in the Little Village neighborhood on the Southwest Side.

About 8:50 p.m., officers responded to a call of shots fired at a large gathering near the intersection of 26th and Albany, according to Chicago Police.

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Celeste Perez (top left), Antonio Perez (bottom left) and Jeremiah Perez (right) (Credit: Chicago Police)

Officers were trying to disperse a large “angry” crowd when a vehicle attempted to drive away and headed toward the officers, police said. The officers, believing they would be pinned between the vehicles, fired their weapons.

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No one was struck by gunfire, police said.

Eight officers were injured, including one who suffered a broken hand, and one who suffered cuts to the face from a broken bottle that required stitches, police said. None of the injuries were life-threatening.

Eleven people, five adults from Little Village and six juveniles, are facing charges, police said. They include:
– Celeste Perez, 19, faces one felony count of aggravated battery to a police officer and two felony counts of resisting or obstructing an officer;
– Antonia Perez, 22, faces one felony count of aggravated battery to police;
– Daniel Perez, 30, was cited for disorderly conduct;
– Ezekiel Perez, 24, faces one misdemeanor count of reckless conduct;
– Jeremiah Perez, 28, faces felony counts of aggravated assault and fleeing, as well as numerous traffic citations;
– A 14-year-old boy faces a misdemeanor count of reckless conduct;
– A 15-year-old boy faces misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and reckless conduct;
– A 14-year-old boy faces a misdemeanor count of aggravated assault to a police officer, and a citation for disorderly conduct;
– A 17-year-old boy faces a misdemeanor count of aggravated assault of a police officer;
– A 14-year-old boy faces a felony count of aggravated battery to a police officer, a misdemeanor count of resisting or obstructing, and a citation for disorderly conduct; and
– A 17-year-old girl faces misdemeanor counts of battery, reckless conduct and resisting or obstructing.

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