15-Year-Old Boy Pulls BB Gun On 37-Year-Old Woman With Real Gun During Robbery Attempt

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — According to Chicago police, a 15-year-old adolescent attempted a robbery in Uptown by brandishing a pellet gun at a woman. However, his plans took an unexpected turn when the intended victim, a 37-year-old woman, swiftly drew her genuine firearm in response. The incident occurred on Tuesday around 12:31 p.m. in the vicinity of the Argyle Red Line station, specifically in the 5000 block of North Winthrop.

Reportedly, a group of individuals approached the woman on the street, and one of them wielded a gun while demanding her belongings. Contrary to their expectations, the woman reacted by revealing her own firearm, causing the group to flee the scene.

Shortly afterward, the authorities apprehended the 15-year-old suspect and seized the pellet gun he had used.

As of now, charges against the adolescent are pending.

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