Man Gets Shot By Joliet Police At The Lois Apartments

A guy was shot by many police officers early on Saturday morning at the Lois Place apartments close to Larkin Avenue, according to the Joliet Police Department. The shooting occurred just before 5 a.m. According to police, the man’s condition is still critical.

The incident, according to Joliet police, took place at 4:47 a.m. on the 900 block of Lois Street.

The Joliet Police say:

The 900 block of Lois Place was the scene of a domestic incident reported to the nighttime shift.

“There is no danger to the general public because this is an isolated incidence. The Will Grundy Serious Crimes Task Force will provide any upcoming updates on this incident “Dwayne English, a police spokesman, confirmed.

The last criminal suspect to be shot by the Joliet Police Department did so on April 6, 2022.

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A Joliet police officer shot Ryan Reddick, a 36-year-old convicted criminal out on bond who is still charged with many felonies in 2020, three times on Linden Avenue.

A few days later, Reddick received his medical discharge and was booked into the Will County Jail on suspicion of being an armed habitual offender, unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon who had previously been convicted of a crime, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, and obstructing a peace officer.

Reddick reportedly fled from the car’s passenger seat while it was stopped near Gardner Street and Linden Avenue, according to the Joliet Patch. He dropped his gun as he fled the scene while running, pausing to pick it up after it fell to the ground.

“When the rifle slips from his grasp, he pauses, turns, and picks it up again. He might have killed the policeman just as easily “At the time, a source for Joliet Patch reported.

On the east side of the city, in the 500 block of Landau Avenue, Reddick resides.

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