Source: Adam Bates, Cato Institute
A driver with the ride-hailing service Uber put a stop to a potential mass shooting in Chicago over the weekend.
Here’s the Chicago Tribune, citing Assistant State’s Attorney Barry Quinn:
A group of people had been walking in front of the driver around 11:50 p.m. in the 2900 block of North Milwaukee Avenue when Everardo Custodio, 22, began firing into the crowd, Quinn said.
The driver pulled out a handgun and fired six shots at Custodio, hitting him several times, according to court records. Responding officers found Custodio lying on the ground, bleeding, Quinn said. No other injuries were reported.
The driver will not be charged:
The driver had a concealed-carry permit and acted in the defense of himself and others, Assistant State’s Attorney Barry Quinn said in court Sunday.