Chicago Man Charged with DUI after Crash Injures Cops

David Kreutz, 23, of Chicago is charged with DUI and a felony cannabis charge after an accident with a squad car on Tuesday night. Kreutz reportedly crashed into the officers’ vehicle after turning left in front of them on North Sheridan Road in Rogers Park around 7 p.m.. The two Chicago police officers were transported to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston in good condition. Kreutz, who works as a bartender, stayed at the scene after the crash. A police department spokesman claimed that he had about 50 grams of cannabis on him. He faces traffic violations including failure to yield the right of way while turning left, driving without insurance, DUI-alcohol, DUI-drugs, and faces a felony count of manufacture and delivery of cannabis. He was scheduled to appear in bond court today.

Man Charged With DUI After Crash Injures 2 Cops In Rogers Park,, March 27, 2013

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