A man was suspected of burglarizing three businesses in the Lawndale neighborhood, CPD said.
When Dye pulled out a handgun, the victim, who has a concealed-carry permit, pulled out his own handgun and fired three shots at Dye, police said.
Police said the employee was not a teacher, counselor or coach, and declined to specify the person’s age or gender.
After citing him for marijuana use, an officer escorting the suspect off the train felt a weapon inside his waistband, police said.
Items stolen by the duo include wallets, cell phones and cash.
The driver of the Mazda, a 29-year-old woman, and a 29-year-old man who was her passenger were seriously hurt, police said.
McHenry County sheriff's officers found about 1,750 grams of marijuana, two semi-automatic handguns with magazines and ammunition and $5,237 in cash.
The two had been arguing when Abdullah pulled the gun out, pointed it at the male friend and loaded a round, police said.
The student lied to authorities when he said he was kidnapped and robbed near the DePaul campus in Lincoln Park.