Chicago shooter suspect says 'sorry I ran out of bullets'
CHICAGO (AP) -- A person close to the investigation of a Chicago shooting that left a woman and three children dead says the suspect told police he was sorry he ran out of bullets.
The person also says the man who was arrested told police voices encouraged him to kill his family.
The person says those killed inside a brick home on the city's southwest side early Wednesday included the suspected gunman's wife, his 7-month-old son and his two nieces. A woman and a teenage boy also were wounded and remained hospitalized.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the investigation.
Court documents in Madison, Wis., indicate a man and a woman with the same names as the suspected gunman and his wife were granted joint custody of a 7-month-old boy in a paternity case just last week.