Man charged with carjacking 67-year-old after Beverly crash

The carjacking happened Saturday in the 9900 block of South Western Avenue.

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Police say a 34-year-old man attacked a Chicago police officer July 13, 2022, near Grant Park.

Charges have been filed in a Nov. 14, 2020, carjacking in the Beverly neighborhood.

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A 19-year-old Englewood man allegedly carjacked someone after crashing into their car in Beverly on the South Side.

Pharis Harris faces a vehicular carjacking charge in connection to the Saturday carjacking in the 9900 block of South Western Avenue, according to Chicago police.

He allegedly crashed into the 67-year-old man and then took his car by force, police said.

Harris was arrested Sunday in Englewood after being identified as someone involved in the crash, police said.

He was expected to appear in court Tuesday.

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