CHICAGO — Shootings around the city left eight people dead and another 46 wounded between Friday morning and Monday morning, police said, making it Chicago's most violent weekend in nearly eight months, police said.
Three people were gunned down, including a 16-year-old boy, and another three were hurt in shootings during the day Sunday, police said.
Between late Saturday and early Sunday, police said, another three men were killed and 15 were wounded, including a man who was shot dead while sitting at his kitchen table.
Another 30 people were shot, two fatally, across the city between Friday morning and Saturday morning, police said.
The totals made Mother's Day Weekend the city's most violent since Sept. 18-20, 2015, which also saw 54 people shot.
Speaking to media after a police-involved shooting on the Southwest Side on Monday, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson called the weekend's violence "completely unacceptable."
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