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Meco Norris, 25, drew a gun and shot a man three times at the Safari Land indoor amusement park, 701 North Ave., according to the DuPage County state attorney’s office.
A Chicago man was ordered held on a $ 1 million bond for allegedly shooting a man Saturday night at a Villa Park amusement park in the presence of several young children.
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Meco Norris is 25 years old.
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The man was taken to a hospital with shots to the chest, shoulder and elbow and was released that night. Prosecutors did not say what led to the shooting.
After the shooting, Norris ran into a residential area and was arrested around 3 a.m. Sunday at a home in Chicago, police said.
The shooting occurred in the presence of several children, DuPage County State Attorney Robert Berlin said.
“Sir. Norris’s alleged actions, with several children literally just feet away, demonstrate the most horrific disregard for public safety that I have seen in my more than 30 years as a prosecutor,” Berlin said in a statement.
There were also hundreds of other people inside the scene who witnessed the shooting, Villa Park Police Chief Michael Rivas said.
“While one person was physically injured in this incident, there are hundreds of more victims, from very young children to grandparents, who will bear emotional and psychological scars for a long time,” Rivas said in the statement.
Norris, who lives in the Logan Square neighborhood, faces charges of attempted murder in the first degree, aggravated assault with a firearm, and reckless discharge of a firearm.
Meco Norris appeared at a hearing Monday where a judge set his bond at $ 1 million, according to a news release from the DuPage County State Attorney’s Office. Norris faces charges of attempted murder, aggravated battery: discharge of a firearm and reckless discharge of a firearm.
According to prosecutors, Norris and the victim were at the Safari Land Indoor amusement park Saturday night when Norris pulled out a gun and shot the victim three times. After the incident, Norris fled the scene.
The victim, who was shot in the chest, shoulder, and elbow, was treated for his injuries at a hospital in the area and released that same night.
Robert Berlin, the DuPage County State Attorney, said in a news release that Norris’s alleged actions, “with several children literally just feet away, demonstrate the most horrific disregard for public safety” he has seen in his more than 30 years of career as a prosecutor.
“While one person was physically injured in this incident, there are hundreds of more victims, from very young children to grandparents, who will bear emotional and psychological scars for a long time,” added Villa Park Police Chief Michael Rivas.