By The Chicago Times Staff
June 10, 2022
CHICAGO – A teen has been charged for shooting former Chicago Police Department superintendent.
According to CPD, the teen has been charged with one count of aggravated battery on a person older than 60-years-of-age.
Police reports indicate that on Sunday evening the teen allegedly shot ex-CPD superintendent Terry Hillard, 78, in the chest with a paintball gun in the Chatham neighborhood.
Hillard later said he was not seriously wounded in the attack. Hillard served as superintendent from 1998-2003.