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A teenager has been named as a third suspect in connection with last month’s mass shooting outside a Chicago McDonald’s in which two people were killed and seven others were injured.

The Chicago Police Department said Thursday that a 17-year-old boy turned himself in and was charged with felony criminal mischief for carrying a firearm, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. The teen, whose name has not been released due to his age, was due to appear in juvenile court on Saturday.

Jaylon Sanders, 21, and Cameron Abrams, 20, had previously been arrested in connection with the May 19 shooting outside a McDonald’s restaurant in the 800 block of North State Street. The location is a short distance from Michigan Avenue, the city’s famous shopping district, known as the Magnificent Mile.

Sanders was charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder, while Abram, who was arrested shortly after the shooting, was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and trespassing on Chicago Transportation Authority (CTA) property. Both were taken into custody without bail.

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At a press conference last month, the Chicago Superintendent of Police. David Brown described how he was looking for a third suspect who was seen handing a gun to an alleged gunman in surveillance footage.

Jaylon Sanders (L) and Cameron Abrams (R) have been charged in connection with a May shooting outside McDonald's north of Chicago.

Jaylon Sanders (L) and Cameron Abrams (R) have been charged in connection with a May shooting outside McDonald’s north of Chicago.
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Police Street Cameras have captured an altercation between two groups before a shooter opened fire on a crowd near Chicago’s North Side. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the dead as Antonio Wade, 30, and Anthony Allen, 31.

Among the other seven wounded was a 17-year-old boy, Stroger, who was taken to Northwestern in critical condition with multiple gunshot wounds, while a 19-year-old man was taken in critical condition with a gunshot wound to his chest. And a 46-year-old woman was shot in the leg and taken to Illinois Masonic Medical Center, where she was stabbed. The four men later arrived at Northwestern Memorial Hospital with gunshot wounds.

McDonald's Windows shattered after a May 19, 2022, shooting in downtown Chicago.

McDonald’s Windows shattered after a May 19, 2022, shooting in downtown Chicago.
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Brown described earlier that the gunman fled the area, firing into the street, just as individuals from two opposing groups did. Officers chased individuals on the CTA platform.

Brown said the shooter was apprehended and the gun was confiscated. Another man was arrested on the CTA platform for obstructing the arrest of an officer. Brown said a female member of the group had received an electric shock on the railroad tracks and was in critical condition.

His mother, Kimberly Saunders, told WLS that one of the surviving victims, identified by relatives as Parnelius Saunders, had been shot nine times. She said she was next door when she heard gunshots and ran to McDonald’s to find her son covered in blood on the sidewalk.

The May 19, 2022 shooting killed two people and injured eight in downtown Chicago McDonald's.

The May 19, 2022, shooting killed two people and injured eight, causing major damage to Chicago McDonald’s downtown.
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“And I went upstairs and my baby was shot there,” she told WLS. “So I took off my shirt and I was naked, and I was holding his wound and I was looking at the other two men.”

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She said she was grateful to an officer who helped her cut her son’s shirt and put pressure on the wound.

“He showed me how to cut his shirt, how to roll it up, so officer, I’d love to meet you because I know I was telling you I was scared and you helped me,” Saunders said.

John Brown of Fox News contributed to this report.