Roughly five dozen felons in Chicago who had been released on bond were rearrested in 2021 on charges related to violent crimes.
At least 60 felons were arrested and charged with violent crimes while out on bond awaiting their trials, according to reports.
They stand accused of murder, attempted murder, and several shootings.
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The felons allegedly targeted about 92 people in Chicago as they roamed free on bail.
The most recent felon identified is 22-year-old Malik Perteet, who was in bond court last week.
He was arrested Wednesday after he reportedly shot a 17-year-old girl, authorities said.
Perteet is accused of trying to kill the teenager in a marijuana deal and was reportedly out on bail and wearing a monitoring device for a different gun case and drug case, police said.
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The 22-year-old is being held without bond and is facing charges of aggravated battery by discharging a firearm and first-degree murder, according to a report.