CHICAGO — A man who was charged after hitting a police officer with a car Friday on DuSable Lake Shore Drive tried to escape a police interview through a ceiling tile, according to a court document.

Tajze Mullins, 23, faces multiple felonies of aggravated assault of peace officer, escape and a misdemeanor of obstructing identification. He is being held without bail.

Police say Mullins was arrested in the 7100 block of South Lafayette Avenue and was identified as the man who minutes earlier struck a police officer with his vehicle near the 1100 block of South DuSable Lake Shore Drive.

According to police, the officer broke his leg but is in good condition.

According to a court document, authorities said another officer fired one shot and it struck a Lyft driver’s vehicle. No one was injured.

Mullins was placed into custody and charged after a police helicopter tracked him leaving the scene.

Once he was placed in an interview room, Mullins pulled the vent cover off of the ceiling and climbed into the ceiling, according to the document. Mullins was placed into custody again.

While trying to escape, Mullins caused “extensive” damage to the ceiling, electrical and duct work, according to the document.

Officers stopped the car Mullins was in because the car was allegedly involved in an aggravated battery case against a Cook County Sherrif’s Police officer on March 9.