Uber Driver Stops Mass Shooter, Company Responds With Gun Ban

On April 17, a legally armed Uber driver in Chicago stopped what likely would have been a mass shooting.

Everardo Custodio opened fire into a crowd of people on a busy Friday night in Logan Square.

The Uber driver, a 47-year-old resident of Little Italy, has a concealed carry permit. He pulled out a handgun and fired six shots at Everardo Custodio, hitting him several times, according to court records.

Custodio was charged with aggravated assault and unlawful use of a weapon. The Uber driver provided police with a valid concealed-carry permit and a firearm owner’s identification card. Assistant State’s Attorney Barry Quinn said the driver “was acting in self-defense and in the defense of others.” He was not charged in the incident.

So how did Uber respond to this heroic act?

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