After shooting a passenger on a packed Chicago train, a woman is facing attempted murder charges.

The search for a Chicago woman who, following a verbal altercation, shot a woman in the knee on a train has come to an end.

When Latrice Harvey, 25, got on the CTA Red Line in the Loop, she got into a fight with a 30-year-old passenger. She then opened fire on the train shortly after midnight as it approached the State and Lake station. The Chicago Police Department reported that the woman had been “seriously injured.”

A witness said that during the incident, frantic train passengers tried to move into another car when they heard gunshots.

According to the news outlet, “Red Line trains were rerouted over the Loop and shuttle buses were sent between the Fullerton, State, and Lake stations until service resumed.”

Shortly after the shooting, Harvey was discovered and taken into custody near her residence in the 3600 block of West North Avenue. She has been charged with aggravated battery/discharge of a firearm and attempted first-degree murder.

The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he is currently recovering. The reason behind the argument was withheld by the police.

Bobby Hoblin has been identified as an accomplice in the shooting. Source: Chicago Police Department

Later, it was discovered that Harvey had a 32-year-old accomplice named Bobby Noblin who was also arrested and charged with the crime.

FOX 32 Chicago reports that authorities at the time stated that the Noblin was dressed in “a black shirt, black pants with white stripes, and black and white shoes.” “Black woman with long black hair in dreadlocks, wearing a purple hoodie and white shirt, black pants, and white shoes,” was Harvey’s description.

Area Three detective Scott Liebhaber can be reached at 312-744-8261 if you have any additional information that pertains to the case. Investigators are still looking for additional information.

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