Man charged with attacking woman in Maywood

The woman was watching her dogs play in the backyard at 11th and Oak avenues when a man approached and threw her against the wall, police said.

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A Chicago man is facing charges after allegedly attacking a woman in Maywood last Thursday.

The woman was watching her dogs play in the backyard of her home near 11th and Oak avenues when Christopher Jones approached and threw her against a wall, police said.

Jones then tried removing the woman’s pants, according to police. A neighbor heard the woman scream and stopped the attack, police said.

Minutes later, Jones accosted another woman in Melrose Park, police said.

Jones was charged with aggravated assault.

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