Update: Some conflicting reports, but it seems to be centered around Sunnyside.
One reader says: "Six or seven shots were just fired from a car below my apartment window at 1010 W Sunnyside. Shots were fired from what I believe was a metallic blue, 4 door sedan. One of the windows was shot out. Glass all over the street. They kept driving out towards Broadway."
Another reader writes in: "Shots fired by and at police: Sunnyside and Racine (original call Sunnyside and Sheridan). Police want to shut down southbound Broadway."
Update: There is yellow and red police tape up on Sunnyside between Broadway and Sheridan.
Update: Broadway is blocked off to traffic and the Broadway bus is being detoured down Sheridan. The crime lab has been requested to come to Broadway and Sunnyside.
Update: A reader says there are two men in custody and a gun has been recovered. The men were allegedly shooting at the police. Ugh.
From the comments: Ald. Cappleman posted in the comments at 1:04am that "Just learned that no person was injured from the gunfire tonight. One person in custody at this time and it appears gang related. I will provide more information tomorrow. Great response from our police!"
Update: From the Tribune: "Earlier on the north side, a man shot up a police car near Sunnyside Avenue and Broadway after a brief foot pursuit, police said. Police returned fire but nobody was wounded in the exchange.
Police, patrolling an area near a shooting last week, tried to stop a man they recognized who was walking with two others. Police gave chase as the wanted man and the two others split up.
One of the men stopped, stepped into a combat shooting stance, and shot at the police car that was chasing him. He emptied his revolver, according to police, and continued running.
When police did catch him, he quickly dropped the gun and gave up, police said. The man they tried to stop, along with a second person, are not in custody."
Shocking. Horrible. Great job by the cops on following up on last week's shooting. I wouldn't like to be the guy they're looking for after his buddy shot at the cops.
Update: From CBS2: "In the Uptown neighborhood, several bullets hit a police cruiser early Saturday near Sunnyside Avenue and Broadway. Police said officers saw three men walking down the street, and recognized one of them as a man wanted for questioning, so they attempted to stop him, but the men took off running.
One of the three men turned and fired at the officers, who fired back. No one was injured in that shooting. One person was taken into custody."