Man charged with shooting at police after South Chicago traffic stop

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Crowd gathers after man fatally shot by Chicago police

Here's more of the scuffle between Chicago Police officers and protestors at the scene where an officer shot and killed a man. No officers were injured during the shooting.

Guglielmi says a weapon was recovered at the scene but did not say where or whether it was on the man.

He added: "Officers hit multiple protesters with batons, and protesters punched officers back".

Tactical officers from the Fourth District were trying to stop the auto for an undisclosed reason about 9:35 p.m.in the 7900 block of South Essex Avenue when the man got out of the back seat and started running, police said. Waller described it as a "semi-automatic weapon" and said he had "magazines" on him.

Dozens of officers were called to help control a tense scene as more than 100 people crowded around, chanting at police, "Who do you serve?"

There were about 150 people protesting the shooting on Saturday night, the Chicago Tribune reported.

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The unidentified man was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead.

Chicago police patrol chief Fred Waller told U.S. media that officers saw a bulge in the victim's pants that they thought was a gun.

Chicago police fatally shot a neighborhood barber Saturday evening, igniting a protest near the scene in the city's South Shore neighborhood, officials said. Officers chased the him on foot and they said he started shooting at them. The man said he wasn't, the argument escalated and the officer fired as he ran away, Rainge said.

The man became combative and eventually broke free from the officers, Chief Waller said.

The city erupted in protest in 2015 after the release of a video showing white police officer Jason Van Dyke shooting black 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times in 2014. "Several arrests were made", Waller said. Protesters shouted insults at the police and threw some bottles at them.

The Civilian Office of Police Accountability said in a statement to WLS that there would be a "thorough, objective and unbiased investigation and requests the public's patience and cooperation".

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