3-time convicted felon charged with dragging Chicago police officer
CHICAGO — A man faces a bond hearing Thursday morning after he was charged with dragging a Chicago police officer with his car.
Paris McKinley, 26, of Summit, was stopped for a traffic violation Tuesday at 62nd and Claremont.
Police say they saw a gun in his car. He suddenly pulled away, with the officer hanging on for several blocks.
He crashed the car into a building and other officers chased him down on foot.
He’s charged with seven felonies, including aggravated battery to a police officer.
Police say he is a three-time convicted felon and was on parole.