Man shot by police allegedly attacked CTA bus riders
November 22, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Police shot a man twice with a gun and two more times with a stun gun after he allegedly attacked passengers on a CTA bus.
The incident happened late this afternoon near 63rd and California in Marquette Park. Pat Camden with the fraternal order of police says an officer ordered the suspect to stop.
When he went after the officer, he was shot twice.
Camden says the man continued to resist arrest, which is when he was shot with a stun gun. He was taken to a hospital along with a passenger and the bus driver.
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