Man throws beer bottle through occupied cop car

A man was charged with throwing a beer bottle at a police squad car causing the front window shield to break Sunday night on the Northwest Side, police said.

Andrzej Domian, 19, of the 3900 block of North Nottingham Avenue, was charged with felony criminal damage to government property and misdemeanor aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon. He was also cited with underage drinking, according to police.

Domian was booked into Cook County Jail Tuesday after being ordered held on $20,000 bond, according to an online inmate report listed on the Cook County Sheriff’s Web site. Domian is scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing April 26 at an unidentified courthouse.

A uniformed officer was sitting inside a squad car on the 7100 block of West Irving Park Road about 11:20 p.m. when Domian allegedly made eye contact with her and threw a 40 ounce beer bottle at the police car, causing the front windshield to shatter, according to a police report.
from the Sun-Times

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from http://www.suntimes.com/news/24-7/2219646,ford-heights-official-drug-posession-043010.article

...and in Ford Heights,

In May 2009, an allegedly drunk Viverette threw merchandise at a clerk at a Ford Heights liquor store when he was refused service. When police approached, Viverette allegedly punched the officer three times before one of his sons also hit the officer and another son threw merchandise, the release said.

Both sons were arrested and charged, the release said. Viverette has posted bond on those charges and continues to serve as a Village Board member.

Sheriff’s police are the only police agency in Ford Heights after the village police department was disbanded two years ago for lack of funding, the release said.