茄枝视频A suspect was arrested Sunday after he was seen leaving where 13 people were shot, police said.
茄枝视频Marciano White, 37, was accused of illegally using a weapon as a convicted felon, the Chicago Police Department said in a statement.
After officers were called to the party, where a memorial was being held for a man killed earlier this year, they saw White leaving the scene with a bag, police said, and he tried to escape when officers stopped him.
茄枝视频White was scheduled to appear in court Monday. It wasn't immediately clear if he had a lawyer.
The shooting, which left one person critically wounded, occurred at 12:30 a.m. after a dispute, Chief of Patrol Fred Waller said at a news conference.
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茄枝视频The victims range in age between 16 and 48 and suffered “different and various gunshot wounds to their bodies.” Six of the victims were in serious condition Sunday while one man remained critical after being shot in the lower back.
茄枝视频A revolver was recovered at the scene, Waller said.
A 25-year-old man taken into custody after the shooting was in serious condition with injuries to his lower body, Waller said.
茄枝视频Waller described three different shooting scenes at the residential location in the city's Englewood neighborhood.
The shooting started inside, and then more shots were fired as people began spilling out of the house. He said shots were also fired at a third place in the vicinity.
He described the shooting as an “isolated incident.”
茄枝视频Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who met with victims at the University of Chicago Medical Center, pleaded with people to put down their guns,.
茄枝视频"A lot of young people feel they’re at risk if they don’t carry a gun, but I’m telling them that they are if they do,” she said. “When you fire a weapon, you’re inflicting life-long harm not just on yourself but everyone that’s affected by gun violence."
Lightfoot urged witnesses to "overcome their fears" and provide information to authorities. Then, she said, police can track down those "responsible for this terrible act of cowardice.”
Max Burman is a news and homepage editor for NBC News.
Tim Stelloh is a reporter for NBC News, based in California.