A 54-year-old man has been charged with stabbing another man during a robbery Monday in the Bronzeville neighborhood.
Brian McKee, of the Back of the Yards neighborhood, was charged with a felony count of armed robbery with a deadly weapon, according to Chicago Police.
McKee tried to rob a 57-year-old man at 8:17 a.m. in the 3600 block of South Wabash, police said. The older man was taken to Mercy Hospital to be treated for minor cuts to his hands and McKee was taken into custody and transported to Provident Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
McKee was denied bail at a hearing Tuesday, according to court records.
Friday night had all the makings of a take the foot off the gas game for the visiting Bulls, but with so much at stake this late in the season, maybe this roster is figuring it out.
Caruso has two games in Los Angeles coming up, and he’s prepared to hear the comparisons between himself and new Laker cult hero Austin Reaves — comparisons that Caruso finds unfair and inaccurate.
The middle child in a family of 10 children, Johnson grew up in a three-bedroom Elgin home with parents who were pastors and also foster parents. After his mother died, Johnson helped to carry the ministry forward. “This is really a faith walk,” he says of his run for mayor.
White Sox notebook: Vaughn, Bummer, Crochet, WBC participants help Sox rout A’s, Opening Day frills