2 charged in shooting that wounded woman on Loop CTA train
CHICAGO - A Chicago man and woman have been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting of a woman on a CTA Red Line train in the Loop last year.
Bobby Noblin, 32, and Latrice Harvey, 25, were taken into custody this week after they were identified as the suspects who shot a 30-year-old woman during an argument aboard a CTA train on Aug. 27, according to Chicago police.
The woman was struck in her knee as the train was near 188 N. State St. in the Loop, according to police.
Latrice Harvey (left) and Bobby Noblin | Chicago police
Shortly after the shooting, police released images of the alleged suspects, but did not say whether Harvey and Noblin were the people shown in the photos.
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Police described the first suspect as a Black man wearing a black shirt, black pants with white stripes and black and white shoes. The second suspect was described as a Black woman with long black hair in dreadlocks, wearing a purple hoodie and white shirt, black pants and white shoes.
Noblin and Harvey have been charged with attempted first degree murder and aggravated battery, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Area Three detective Scott Liebhaber at 312-744-8261.