Charges pending in New Year's party police shooting in Roseland
January 2, 2014 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Charges are pending in connection with an officer-involved shooting at a New Year's party in Roseland.
Chicago police say tactical officers heard gunfire and approached a home on West 105th Street.
Police say someone on the back porch was holding a gun, and they ordered that person to drop it. Instead, police say the person pointed the gun at them.
That's when an officer fired, striking three people.
Police say they recovered a gun at the scene.
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