Chicago Police reported that three people were shot by paintball guns within three hours in Chicago.
Police said the first accident happened around 10 p.m. A 34-year-old man was riding his bike down the street on 1800 Street of West Hubbard Street, when someone in a passing red sedan fired a paintball gun at him.
Police said he was hit in the right arm and groin. The man refused treatment.
About a minute later, a man was walking with his dog near Morgan Street and Monroe Street, when a pedestrian in a white sedan fired a paintball gun at him, and hit him multiple times, according to police. Refusing treatment.
Police said the third accident occurred around 1:20 am. Police said a 61-year-old woman was standing in Building 6100 on South Ashland Avenue, when someone in a passing red SUV fired a paintball gun at her, hitting her with her hand. She also refused treatment.
Two men were shot with paintball in Building 700 of South Michigan Street in the South Loop. Police said a 29-year-old man was shot in the eye and was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in reasonable condition. The second man was hit in the chest, and he was not injured.