4 arrested in Chicago after men jump out of limo, attack bystanders, police say

A police officer and three bystanders were injured after a group of men allegedly pulled up in a stretch limo near Wrigley field and started punching people.

Witnesses told police that the attackers got out of the white limo early Sunday morning and broke the jaw of a 27-year-old man, while two other men, ages 22 and 27, were also attacked, MyFoxChicago.com reports. Another man inside the limo reportedly filmed the attacks.

Chicago police arrested Corry Simmons, 32, Donald Robinson Jr., 31, Edward Robinson and Alvin L. Goffin after witnesses in the area pointed them out, MyFoxChicago.com reports.

A police officer suffered a minor knee injury during one of the arrests.

All four men were charged with felony counts of mob action and additional crimes.

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