CHICAGO, Sept. 24 (UPI) -- Four men arrested in a shooting rampage that wounded 13 people at a Chicago park were ordered held without bond Tuesday.
Two men, including the alleged gunman, were arrested overnight Tuesday after two other men were charged Monday in last week's incident, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Tabari Young and Brad Jeff, both 22, were arrested after they were found in an abandoned building about three blocks from the park.
Police identified Young as the person who fired into a group of people at Cornell Square Park Thursday night.
Jett "participated in the shooting," a police report said.
Bryon Champ, 21, and Kewane Gatewood, 20, were arrested and charged Monday with attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm. Police said the men "played significant roles" in the shooting.
Police said Champ also fired into the crowd while Gatewood supplied the gun and Jett acted as a lookout.
In a press conference Tuesday, Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said the shooting was retaliation for a minor injury Champ received earlier in the day in a quarrel with rival gang members.
The men "just shot into the park," McCarthy said, because they believed it was controlled by a rival gang.
McCarthy said Monday at least 16 rounds of military-style ammunition were fired during the shooting, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
No one was killed in the shooting. The youngest victim, 3-year-old Deonta Howard, was said to be recovering in a Chicago hospital after he was shot in the cheek. His mother, Shamarah Leggett, said the child's face would require reconstructive surgery.