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CHICAGO (AP) - A judge denied bail for four men charged in connection with a shooting at a Chicago park that injured a 3-year-old boy and 12 others.
All four appeared before a Cook County judge Tuesday wearing street clothes.
Authorities say last Thursday's attack on the city's southwest side was gang related and in retaliation for another shooting that occurred earlier in the day, injuring one of the defendants.
Tabari Young, Bryon Champ, Brad Jett and Kewane Gatewood are all charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery. Prosecutors say the four are members of the Blackstone street gang. The park where they opened fire was inside territory frequented by members of the Gangster Disciples.
Investigators say Young and Champ were alleged gunmen.
Police say they don't believe they were targeting specific people
An Illinois man, accused of tying up two people and sexually assaulting them, is in custody.
Jerry Sutt was arrested Monday in Tennessee. Police say Sutt broke in to a rural Collinsville home on September 18 and bound the two people. He then allegedly assaulted one of them. That victim was taken to the hospital.
Sutt is now held on a half-million dollar bond and facing multiple felony charges.
An unexpected stop for a garbage truck in St. Louis Tuesday morning.
A sinkhole opened under the alley between the 1400 Angelica Street and Newhouse Avenue and swallowed the truck. The garbage truck driver was not injured, but was taken to the hospital to be checked out.
Nearby residents said they were not surprised the accident happened in North St. Louis.