Three Arrested in Shooting Involving AR-15 Rifle on Northwest Highway Near Shorely Dr, Barrington

After reporting that s shooting of two people in Barrington near Northwest Highway and Shorely Drive was an isolated incident, two men and a woman have been arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a firearm and aggravated discharge of a firearm. Police say the shooting resulted in two "people" injured. One of the "people" was critically injured.

The three arrested were identified as ...

Sherron P. Reed Jr, 20, of the 200 block of Sheridan Street, Joliet;

Brandon D. Campbell, 21, of the 400 block of Irving Street, Joliet; and

Justin L. Crowder, 19, of the 1400 block of Eunice Avenue, Joliet

The three suspects and the two shooting victims attended the same party Saturday night, according to Barrington Police Department.

The three got into their car and were traveling home on Route 14 when a confrontation with people in another vehicle began, police said.

Police say Reed, Campbell and Crowder are suspected of firing shots with an AR-15 rifle from their moving vehicle into the victims' moving vehicle. The victim's vehicle crashed into a Canadian National railroad gate on the eastbound side of Northwest Highway and about 540 feet east of Shorely Drive.

Barrington police responded to a call of a possible shooting near Route 14 and Shorely Drive at 3:09 a.m.

Barrington firefighter/paramedics responded about 3:15 AM Sunday to a report of a gunshot victim near the railroad tracks at Northwest Highway and Shorely Drive Barrington, IL. Police initially responded to a report of a person injured at 3:09 a.m.

A Chevy sedan was found crashed into a railroad gate at the southwest corner of the railroad grade crossing just west of Lake Zurich Road and east of Illinois Route 59. The crashed Chevy sedan — possibly charcoal gray — appeared to have been eastbound on US 14 (Northwest Highway) before the crash, unless the driver attempted a U-turn after traveling westbound on Northwest Highway.

Barrington police say the motive for the shooting is under investigation. Police did not release the location of the party.

Reed, Campbell and Crowder were scheduled to appear in Lake County bond court Wednesday.

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