Father-son double shooting over dog-walking duties leaves one man dead in Chicago

The 22-year-old was pronounced dead in hospital. His father was listed in critical condition, according to NBC Chicago.

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Something is wrong.” “But seven bodies in a day. Crazy.

Sunday’s shooting occurred a few miles from a quadruple homicide that rattled a Chicago community two weeks ago.

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A Chicago mother watched in horror as her two sons and two others were gunned down at a South Shore restaurant.
Chicago continues to experience unfathomable gun violence in a metropolitan that has already seen 156 murders this year.

“You lose count of the shootings after a while,” Kyra Carr, who lives nearby, told the Chicago Sun-Times.

 

Two guns were recovered from the scene. Police say both men – ages 22 and 43 – were hit with multiple rounds in an incident akin to a saloon shootout.

Shots rang out inside Nadia Fish and Chicken last month, leaving four dead on a day of unbridled mayhem in the Windy City that saw seven deadly shootings in a 12-hour period.

Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi later confirmed the incident on social media.

A domestic dispute over dog-walking duties ended in a deadly double-shooting in Chicago.

The Chicago neighbourhood where gunfire erupted early Sunday. (NBC Chicago)

Gunfire erupted inside a home on the city’s south side following a father-son argument over who would walk their pet.

was a fight between father and son as to who was going to walk the dog,” he wrote in a tweet. “Double shooting …