Shots fired at Chicago police 5 times in 10 days: CPD spokesman

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CHICAGO  — Chicago police say one person is in custody after shots were fired at officers in the city's Gresham neighborhood.

No one was hurt in Tuesday night's shooting, which police say marked the fifth time that Chicago officers were fired upon since last Sunday, according to police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Police say the person was being questioned by investigators.

Last week, five people were taken into custody following a standoff that began when shots were fired at a Chicago police supervisor in the city's South Chicago neighborhood. No one was injured.

Among the other recent shootings, a domestic violence suspect was fatally shot by Chicago police after he fired at them during a foot chase on Nov. 27. Police say two officers were injured, including one with an apparent graze wound from a bullet.

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