Afternoon Briefing: Gun arrest No. 18 since August made at Naperville Topgolf

Good afternoon, Chicago.

For the 18th time in half as many months, police have arrested a person on firearm-related charges at the Naperville Topgolf parking lot.

Last month, the Naperville Sun reported that between Aug. 10, 2023, through April 23, 17 people had been arrested for gun-related charges outside Naperville’s Topgolf facility based on information provided by the Naperville Police Department, arrest records obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request and DuPage County court records.

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