Chicago Man Charged In Crash That Hurt Cop

Man charged with felonies and traffic citations in Wednesday's crash

By Jamie Gregg
|  Thursday, May 3, 2012  |  Updated 8:24 AM CDT
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Chicago Man Charged In Crash That Hurt Cop

Rolando Robledo

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A Southwest Side man faces charges for a crash that seriously injured a Chicago police sergeant this week.

Rolando Robledo, 33, of the 6600 block of South Mozart has been charged with felony aggravated DUI and misdemeanor DUI in connection with Wednesday morning's crash at 59th and California.

Police said the officer's vehicle collided with Robledo's vehicle at the intersection, sending the squad car into a light pole and Robledo into the side of a Mexican restaurant.

Robledo was also issued several tickets, including driving on a suspended license and criminal damage to government property.

The sergeant was treated at Christ Memorial Hospital.
 

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