Chicago Man Charged For Shooting 28-Year-Old At Gas Station During Argument
A Chicago resident is accused of fatally shooting a man in September during an argument at a petrol station.
29-year-old Cordell Evans is charged with one felony crime of first-degree murder, four felony charges of using a firearm without a license, four felony counts of being an armed chronic offender, and one felony offense of having a stolen car.
According to the police, on September 3 at approximately 3:50 p.m. in Chicago’s Pullman area, Evans allegedly shot a 28-year-old male in the 700 block of East 103rd Street close to South Cottage Grove.
According to the police, the victim and Evans argued at the petrol station. Evans is accused of shooting the man several times in the chest, forearm, and finger after taking a revolver out of his fanny pack.
The victim was taken urgently to the hospital and eventually passed away. Evans was detained on Monday and charged as such.