A man who was shot by a Chicago Police officer and two other armed robbery suspects are facing charges after they were caught on the South Side Friday.
Terrance Hogan, 21, of the 4200 block of South Ellis, is charged with attempted first-degree murder, two counts of armed robbery with a firearm, aggravated battery of a peace officer, unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and aggravated battery/discharge of a firearm, according to Chicago Police.
Khalil Powell, 19, of the 5100 block of South Loomis and Kamari Belmont, 21, of the 7100 block of South Champlain, are each facing two counts of armed robbery with a firearm, police said.
The three men allegedly robbed and shot someone multiple times about 2 a.m. Friday in the 3700 block of South Vincennes, police said.
About an hour later, they robbed another group at gunpoint in the 0-100 block of East 21st Street, police said.
Officers on patrol were flagged down by the victims of the second robbery, who provided a detailed description of the suspects and their vehicle.
The officers found the suspects a few minutes later in the 500 block of 43rd Street, police said. Fraternal Order of Police spokesman Pat Camden said the officers were able to locate the vehicle by tracking a stolen iPhone.
As officers approached, Hogan got out of the vehicle with a handgun in his waistband and charged at one of the officers, hitting him with his body, police said.
Hogan was then shot in the arm and chest by police, officials said. While Hogan was able to run away from the scene, he would later show up at Mercy Hospital, where police later identified and arrested him. He has since been transferred to Stroger Hospital, where he is in “guarded” condition, police said.
Police also recovered a weapon at the initial scene.
The other two suspects were taken into custody without incident.
All three men are scheduled to appear in bond court Sunday.