‘Going to Be OK’

Chicago Cop Shot, Suspect in Custody

A six-hour standoff ended late Tuesday as police took into custody a man suspected of shooting a Chicago Police captain who was among officers who tried to arrest the man in connection with the shooting of three people last weekend in Indianapolis. The captain, identified by sources as Edward Kulbida, 58, and who has been with the police department nearly 30 years, was in serious condition after he was shot in the shoulder area and suffering a graze wound to the head. He is expected to survive, officials said. Indianapolis Police identified the suspect as Daniel P. Brown, who is wanted in connection with the shootings and a carjacking in that city over the weekend. Chicago Police had been asked to assist in Brown’s capture after he was traced to his sister’s apartment in the Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side.