The argument that led to the shooting began at McDonald’s but quickly escalated out of control, as stated by the authorities.
The Chicago Police Department announced late Saturday night that two people have been charged in connection to a mass shooting that took place in downtown Chicago on Thursday, resulting in two deaths and seven injuries.
Police say that two suspects, identified as Jaylun Sanders, 21, and Kameron Abram, 20, both from Chicago, were taken into custody on Thursday night close to the scene of the shooting.
Abram is charged with felony aggravated illegal use of a firearm and has been cited for trespassing on CTA property, while Sanders is charged with two counts of felony murder and seven counts of felony attempted murder. Sanders is also charged with trespassing on CTA property.
Both are scheduled to make their court appearances on Sunday afternoon.