First reported 7/2/2009 12:08 p.m.

A domestic dispute that started near North Avenue and Laramie in Chicago one night last week ended with a Broadview man suffering a grazed gunshot wound in Oak Park.

Police say Ranzell Robinson was involved in a fight June 30 in Chicago with another man over the woman he was living with.

On the night of June 30, after a fight in Chicago, the two men drove in separate cars to a gas station at 6119 North Ave. in Oak Park, where Robinson allegedly fired a small-caliber revolver at his rival, a Chicago man. Instead, the bullet grazed the man’s friend, a Broadview resident.

“It went through his T-shirt on the right side near his abdomen,” Detective Sgt. Art Borchers said. He said the wound required no medical attention.

Robinson, 24, was arrested last Wednesday by Oak Park investigators at his home on the 4900 block of W. Concord Place in Chicago. He’s been charged with aggravated battery and aggravated discharge of a firearm. The gun has not been recovered.

According to Illinois Department of Correction records, Robinson has a tattoo on his hand indicating membership in the Four Corner Hustlers street gang. He was paroled from prison in July 2006 from three Class X armed robbery convictions. He was scheduled to be released from parole on Monday.

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