Last Tuesday, the man Jushawn Brown told ABC7 that the side of his shooting on Lake Shore Drive contradicted his current ex-girlfriend’s account.
At the same time, the child Kayden Swann (Kayden Swann) is still in critical condition.
Jushawn Brown said: “I went to Soldier Field, northbound on Lake Shore Drive, I walked all the way to the far right, you know how the lanes merge, the car is accelerating rapidly, and the speed may exceed 55-60 miles per hour.”
Brown said that other vehicles almost hit him. He said he put the SUV aside and told the driver to slow down. Brown had a conversation with ABC7 on Thursday night, and he was released in custody for gun charges.
Brown said: “When I evacuated him, that was when he started shooting.”
Although Brown admitted that he did have a gun, he said he never fired at another car.
“No, no, not once. They checked my gun residue, everything. I didn’t shoot,” he said.
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But in an exclusive interview with ABC 7, Brown’s ex-girlfriend Quanaa Farr bluntly blamed him, saying that Brown shot the SUV first.
Farr said: “It’s all wandering and weaving in traffic.” “It’s not like that. He initiated this.”
Kaden’s great-grandfather Clifton Marvel said: “He started the whole situation.” “If he didn’t shoot at this other vehicle, none of this would happen.”
Brown said that his girlfriend was a little hysterical about this situation, especially when she realized that the child was shot, so she probably thought he had shot, but insisted that she never did.
But prosecutors said in court on Thursday that there was no gun shell to prove that Zhu Shuwang Brown had ever shot.
The police said this is part of their ongoing investigation and they will not say whether the driver of the SUV has been detained.
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One thing the former couple did agree on was their love for the 21-month-old Kayden, who was still calm in the intensive care unit.
Brown said, “How do I feel about that child? I love my grandson.” “He loves me.”
“I can’t sleep,” Farr said. “I can’t close my eyes. It’s like a nightmare. It repeats over and over again.”
Brown faces a felony and is charged with illegal use of weapons as a felony. Brown’s deposit is set at $5,000. The judge said he did not believe that he would pose a flying hazard.
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