** Two teenage Chicago boys in Illinois charged after pointing replica guns at paramedics
UNITED STATES NEWS
** Two Chicago boys are expected to appear in juvenile court October 28th after being charged with pointing replica guns at paramedics Monday. That is the word from the Chicago Sun Times (Emmanuel Camarillo/October 8) which said the youths, aged 12 and 14-years-of-age, have been tagged with felony aggravated assault to emergency medical services personnel and the misdemeanor of possessing replica firearms. According to the newspaper, the boys were arrested around 7:30 p.m. on the city’s South Side. The replica guns, meanwhile, were found on the suspects.