CHICAGO (CBS) — A man was in custody Saturday night, after police said he fired shots at officers in the Fernwood neighborhood.
Police said officers saw the man firing shots near 104th and Union around 10:10 p.m.READ MORE: Man Shot And Killed In Dispute Outside West Chatham Home
The man then fired at the officers before trying to run away. Police said the man was taken into custody, and a bit later, they picked up two more men tied to the shooting.
Two weapons were recovered at the scene.READ MORE: City Was Warned About Thousands of Corroding Light Poles But Failed to Fix Many, CBS 2 Investigation Finds
No one was injured, and police did not return fire.
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