A Joliet man's car was struck by nine bullets in a driveby shooting early Wednesday morning but he sustained only three non-life-threatening graze wounds, Joliet Police Cmdr. Rich Demick said.
The victim told police he was driving in the area of Cherry and Munroe streets at about 12:45 a.m. when shots started being fired from a Toyota he didn't recognize, Demick said.
"He said he doesn't know what happened, somebody just started shooting at him," Demick said.
The victim drove back to his home in the 400 block of Dorris before calling police, he said. He was transported to an undisclosed hospital to have wounds to his chest, left knee and right hand treated.