Parking can be tough when the Cubs are playing at Wrigley Field.
A man was arrested after the game Saturday on charges of attacking two officers who "enraged" him by towing a friend's car that had been parked on Clark Street.
Thomas Davidson, 23, of Rolling Meadows, was charged with two counts of aggravated battery to a police officer after he tried to stop them from towing his friend's car, according to a police report. Davidson began yelling and swearing at the police officers, while standing near the intersection of Clark Street and Cornelia Avenue and observing the car being towed, the report said.
An officer explained to him the procedure for getting the car back, the but Davidson "wasn't satisfied, and continued to yell," according to the report. He then ran into the street, jumped in front of one police officer's bicycle and grabbed the handlebars.
A struggle ensued, during which Davidson punched two police officers in the face and was tased before he could be arrested, the report said.
Davidson was brought to the Cook County Leighton Criminal Courthouse on Monday afternoon and released on a personal reconizance bond with electronic home monitoring required.
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