CHICAGO (CBS) — A man shot a marked police car in Chicago’s Montclare neighborhood around 5:18 Thursday night, police say.

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Chicago police have a man in custody, and charges are pending.

The man fired several shots into the squad car, but there were no officers in the vehicle, according to police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.

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A source tells CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov seven rounds were fired from an AK-47 into the car, and the gun was located on Neva Ave.

Police sources say the man bit an officer and had to be tased.

Detectives are currently investigating.

 

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