Man With 'Cop Killa' Tattoo Charged With Threatening Officer

By Kyla Gardner on May 15, 2013 3:10pm 

 Antonio Hammond, 27, who has "10th District Cop Killa" tattooed on his face, was charged with calling in false bomb threats, police said.
Antonio Hammond, 27, who has "10th District Cop Killa" tattooed on his face, was charged with calling in false bomb threats, police said.
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CHICAGO — A North Lawndale man with "Cop Killa" tattooed on his face is charged with threatening officers, police said Wednesday.

Antonio Hammond, 27, of the 1400 block of South Central Park Avenue, called in bomb threats Monday to 911 and the 10th Police District station, officials said.

Officers identified the caller as Hammond and found him in the 3600 block of West 16th Street, where they arrested him, police said.

Hammond had the cellphone on him that he used to make the calls, and recordings of the calls were kept for evidence, officials said.

Hammond was charged with one felony count of making a false bomb threat and one felony count of threatening a public official.

Hammond has a tattoo that says "10th District Cop Killa" on his face, police said. The 10th District encompasses North Lawndale, where Hammond lives.

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