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The Civilian Office of Police Accountability investigators have found that it’s unclear if the man who was fatally shot by police early Wednesday on the Northwest Side had fired his weapon after the police superintendent said there was an exchange of gunfire.
“There was an apparent exchange of gunfire between the offender and officers,” Superintendent David Brown said during a news conference Wednesday.
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