Man Charged for Stabbing Metra Sergeant

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    A 22-year-old man allegedly stabbed a Metra police sergeant who was breaking up a fight at Union Station Saturday night, police said.

    A 22-year-old man allegedly stabbed a Metra police sergeant who was breaking up a fight at Union Station Saturday night, police said.

    Caleb Charles Pescetto, of the 200 block of North Hale Avenue in Bartlett, was charged with aggravated battery to a peace officer after he stabbed a sergeant three times in the right leg while the officer was trying to break up a fight that erupted near the station’s food court, according to the Chicago Tribune.

    The sergeant was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital where his condition is stabilized and the victim was in good condition after being taken to the hospital by a coworker, the Tribune reported.

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    The Kane County Coroner said Koziol-Ellis had been stabbed multiple times, and detectives don't know who did it. Christian Farr reports.

    Pescetto is reportedly expected to appear in bond court Sunday.