20 years for Chicago man who shot at officers
By Art Barnum
The Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — A Burr Ridge man who fired a volley of bullets at police officers trying to question him about a stolen bicycle pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated discharge of a firearm and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Jonathon Rossi, 31, was originally charged with attempted first-degree murder of the Burr Ridge officers outside his parents' garage in the 10S500 block of Glen Drive. But that charge was dropped Monday as part of a plea agreement. The incident took place Oct. 3, 2005.
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