COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — Two people who allegedly behaved badly at the Chicago Pride Parade wound up in felony bond court Monday after spending the night behind bars.
Dionte Rice, 19, was at the parade — which drew more than a million people — when he and several others climbed atop a squad car parking in the 800 block of West Aldine Avenue, prosecutors alleged Monday in court.
Rice "was seen jumping up and down on the marked police car," Assistant State's Attorney Lorraine Scaduto said. The police car's window was smashed.
Rice, of the 11600 block of South Church Street, was charged with criminal damage to property and ordered held on $25,000 bail by a Cook County judge.
Pretonial Donaldson, 28, ended up in a holding cell after refusing cops' orders to walk on the sidewalk instead of in the street in the 3300 block of North Halsted Street, according to a police report.
Donaldson allegedly cussed at an officer and became irate when police tried to detain her, prosecutors said. Donaldson wrapped her arms around the waist of a cop in a "bear hug," and attempted to pick up and then slam the officer to the ground.
A second officer came to help and all three fell to the ground.
Donaldson later told authorities that she "was drunk and not really paying attention," prosecutors said.
The officers suffered minor injuries in the fall.
Donaldson, who was charged with aggravated battery to a police officer, was ordered released from jail on her own recognizance at the bond hearing Monday.