Several Injured in Fight at Joliet Restaurant

A fight at a Joliet restaurant on Sunday morning left a woman with a bullet wound and another woman with a stab wound. It was a 2:42 a.m. at Anthony’s at 3151 Voyager Lane that Joliet police were called after a fight broke out in the parking lot. The incident then moved across the street when a suspect fired a handgun in the crown. A 25-year-old Joliet woman was hit in both legs while a 31-year-old Joliet man suffered a graze to his foot. During the fight another woman was knocked unconscious while a third woman was stabbed in the cheek. The woman shot and the woman knocked unconscious was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Joliet Police are currently looking for two suspects in connection with the incident. One is a black male who is 5″11′ tall and the second suspect is a black male who is 5″7′ tall.



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