A 33-year-old man has been charged with tackling a man at Lollapalooza, and biting the victim and another man, before running off like nothing had happened.
A 29-year-old Wicker Park resident would like to find the man who has complicated his life for the next four months, after a complete stranger bit his arm and attacked a friend at Lollapalooza.
The mood of Lollapalooza shifted quickly for Ben Lenet Friday night. One moment, he and his two friends were enjoying the Arctic Monkeys close out the first night of the three-day fest. The next, Lenet, 29, was defending himself from a man who had “clamped” his teeth into his arm and ripped out a chunk of flesh.
On the way to a squad car, Jenelle Barton kicked a police sergeant in the chest and bit another on the right hand. The bitten officer was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Police say the bulldog Analise Garner attacked bit her back, but won’t be punished. “The dog was defending himself,” a Lake of the Hills sergeant said.
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Two Chicago Police officers were recovering Wednesday morning, after they were bitten by a pit bull in the South Side’s Auburn-Gresham neighborhood.
Officials in Kendall County say a dog that bit a 6-year-old boy at a shelter was put up for adoption, while another dog that had done nothing wrong was euthanized.
A Chicago Police officer shot and killed a pitbull after it apparently attacked him in the Pullman neighborhood.