A man accused of shooting 5-year-old Jaden Donald and two other men at a South Side Chicago park late night on July 4 was denied bail Sunday.
“There are no conditions I can set to keep the community safe,” Jude Adam Bourgeios told Darrell E. Chambers during a Sunday bond hearing, the Sun-Times reports.
Chambers, 24, is charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery, according to ABC Chicago.
Prosecutors say the shooting in Cooper Park at 11712 S. Ada St. was the result of a gang war between two factions of the Gangster Disciples.
Two older men were hit in the leg and the wrist during the shooting while 5-year-old Donald was hit in the stomach. According to DNAinfo Chicago, the boy had his kidney, pancreas and spleen removed during emergency surgery following the shooting.
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