A convicted felon was arrested for shooting at people at a club on North Sheridan early Saturday morning.
Richard Eugene Parker, 29, was arrested for six different charges, including shooting with intent to kill, possession of a firearm and public intoxication.
According to the report, the incident occurred around 1:38 p.m. at the 727 Club. Witnesses described Parker as a black male with gold teeth. Police found Parker just north of the club, with a loaded .38 caliber gun in his waistband.
The report states that the gun was stolen.
Witnesses were able to positively identify him as the shooter.
Parker is a convicted felon who has served time. He is currently on a suspended sentence until 2019.
His bond is set at $173,150 and an additional $208 for two previous warrants on improper license plate displayed/expired tags, separate from Saturday's incident.
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