//Illinois woman, 14, tried to rob lady who shot her in chest, each charged, Chicago police say

Illinois woman, 14, tried to rob lady who shot her in chest, each charged, Chicago police say

A teenage woman who was shot within the chest in a Chicago neighborhood Friday night time is now dealing with an attempted robbery cost after officers stated she tried to rob a lady she was assembly for a sale.

The Chicago Police Department stated in a information launch on Saturday the incident occurred round 5:45 p.m. within the metropolis’s Little Village neighborhood, when 21-year-old Araceli Diaz met with the 14-year-old woman after {the teenager} organized the assembly to purchase a canine.

When the 14-year-old met up with Diaz, officers stated the teenager pulled out a pellet gun, struck the 21-year-old on the pinnacle with it and tried to take the canine with out paying for it.

“We’re unsure the place they met initially or how they communicated, however all we do know is that the 14-year-old did present up with different intentions and she or he pulled out a BB gun,” Chicago Police Officer Jose Jara advised FOX32.

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In response, Diaz then allegedly pulled out a handgun and shot the woman within the chest.

Chicago Police said in a news release the 21-year-old was discovered to have a legitimate Illinois Firearm Proprietor’s Identification card, or FOID card, to own a weapon, however no hid carry license.

Araceli Diaz has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon for not having a concealed carry license.

Araceli Diaz has been charged with illegal use of a weapon for not having a hid carry license.
(Chicago Police Division)

Diaz was subsequently arrested in Cicero about an hour after the capturing and charged with illegal use of a weapon, based on police.

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The 14-year-old was transported to an space hospital the place she was handled for her gunshot wound earlier than she was arrested Saturday morning and charged with tried armed theft. She is scheduled to look in juvenile courtroom on Dec. 9.

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Chicago police stated that Diaz is scheduled to look in courtroom on Sunday.

“A BB gun can appear as if an actual gun and to anybody on the market it is gonna appear as if an actual gun, to the police, and to any particular person, and if somebody’s carrying they usually have their very own CCL they could use their very own gun to defend themselves,” Jara told FOX32.