Husband of Illinois Dem state lawmaker fired legal gun at perps during carjacking: reports

Husband of Illinois Dem state lawmaker fired legal gun at perps during carjacking: reports

Dec 24, 2021 by FOX News

Key Facts

  • The husband of the high-ranking Democratic Illinois lawmaker who was carjacked this week used a legally-owned gun to fire shots at the alleged carjackers, according to multiple reports.
  • Illinois state Sen. Kimberly Lightford was with her husband Eric McKennie Tuesday night when three individuals wearing masks stole Lightford's Mercedes-Benz SUV, police in the Village of Broadview said Wednesday.
  • I think they were shooting at my husband and me and luckily enough my husband is concealed and carry and he was able to protect us," Lightford said about the incident in an interview with ABC 7.
  • CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "What happened yesterday was traumatic, but I refuse to let it dampen my love for the city of Philadelphia or the gem that is FDR Park," Scanlon said in a statement.

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