BY MICHAEL LANSU
Homicide Watch Chicago
Ten people were shot to death throughout Chicago last week.
Five of the killings happened over the weekend, when at least 16 other people were wounded by gunfire.
The most recent killing happened when police found 30-year-old Dalon Marquis Mobley shot to death on a sidewalk in the 11600 block of South Racine Avenue in the West Pullman neighborhood about 5 p.m. Sunday, authorities said.
Mobley, of the 600 block of West 129th Place, died at the scene, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
On the Near West Side, a gunman opened fire during a party in a basement apartment in the 800 block of South Oakley Boulevard and shot 24-year-old Kendall Warren multiple times about 3:10 a.m., authorities said.
Warren, who was shot at least once in the head, later died at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County, authorities said.
Two other men were critically wounded during the shooting, police said.
On the Near North Side, police found 27-year-old Nacurvie Smith shot in a car that had crashed into several parked vehicles in the 400 block of West Evergreen Avenue about 3:15 a.m. Sunday, authorities said.
Smith, of the 1200 block of North Cleveland Avenue, later died at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, according to the medical examiners’ office.
On Saturday, 33-year-old Zoraida Feliciano was shot in the head as she sat in a car parked in front of her home in the 3700 block of West Potomac Avenue in the Humboldt Park neighborhood about 6:45 p.m., authorities said.
After the shooting, an acquaintance attempted to drive Feliciano to Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, but crashed before arriving at the hospital, according to a police report.
Paramedics took Feliciano to Stroger Hospital, where she died early Sunday, authorities said.
Also in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, 22-year-old Anthony Jackson was shot in the back while inside a vehicle in the 700 block of North Hamlin Avenue about 2:10 p.m. Saturday, authorities said.
Jackson, of the 300 block of West Lexington Street, died at Mount Sinai Hospital less than an hour later, authorities said.
On Thursday, police found a 20-year-old man shot multiple times inside a vehicle in the 5700 block of South Princeton Avenue in the Englewood neighborhood about 2:15 p.m., police said.
The man was taken to Saint Bernard Hospital, where he later died, according to the medical examiner’s office, which has not yet released his name.
On Monday, 29-year-old Aaron J. Starling was shot in the back multiple times and police officers found him inside an apartment in the 2400 block of West Harrison Street about 12:45 p.m. Monday, authorities said.
Starling, who lived on the block, was declared dead less than an hour later at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County, according to the medical examiner’s office.
On the Northwest Side, 31-year-old pizza deliveryman Abylbek Yzabekov was shot during an attempted robbery during a pizza delivery in the 5400 block of North East River Road, authorities said.
Yzabekov, who lived on the block, died at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge at 4:22 p.m. Tuesday, according to the medical examiner’s office.
The killing started when a gunman yelled gang slogans and shot 26-year-old Walter Velez as he stood with friends in an alley in the 2100 block of North Merrimac Avenue in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood about 12:15 a.m. Monday, authorities said.
Velez died at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood hours later, according to the medical examiner’s office, which did not release his home address.
Additionally, 23-year-old Kyle Robertson, of the 20100 block of Joy Lane in Lynwood, died Tuesday from injuries suffered when he was shot in the head and arm about 8:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in the 4700 block of South Western Avenue in the Brighton Park community, authorities said.
Overall, the medical examiner’s office has ruled at least 391 Chicago deaths in 2014 a homicide — including 14 people killed by police.
Chicago Police, which counts murders different by following federal guidelines, have ruled some of those homicides as involuntary manslaughter, justified self-defense or accidents.