3 US Army soldiers accused of illegally selling weapons used in Chicago shootings
Chicago police recover evidence as they investigate a shooting in which eight people were shot, one fatally, in Chicago's Wrightwood neighborhood on March 26, 2021. - Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune/Chicago Tribune/TNS

CHICAGO — Three U.S. Army soldiers are accused of conspiring to buy firearms in Tennessee and illegally sell them in Chicago, where the weapons were traced to at least one mass shooting and other gun attacks, according to a criminal complaint filed this week. Demarcus Adams, 21, Jarius Brunson, 22, and Brandon Miller, 22, members stationed at Fort Campbell in Clarksville, Tennessee, are charged with multiple offenses, including wire fraud, transferring a firearm to an out-of-state resident, money laundering, conspiracy and other gun-related counts. The federal investigation began when Chicago ...