Bond denied for man who used stolen van to hit officer

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A judge denied bond for a man charged with trying to kill a Chicago Police officer with a stolen van.
Randy Kendricks is accused of ramming the van into the officer and his squad car on New Year's Day.
Kendricks, 19,  allegedly stole the van from a driveway in the 5900 block of South Honore.
Officers spotted the van and tried to stop him near 60th and Winchester.
Prosecutors say Kendricks revved the engine and plowed into the officer, who suffered injuries to his leg and a possible concussion.

Kendricks, of the 15600 block of South Vine in Harvey, faces felony counts of attempted murder, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and possession of a stolen vehicle.

He also faces a misdemeanor charge of obstructing identification and a citation for damage to public property.

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