Cops: 2 threw fire hydrant cap at car in Little Village, injured 2 kids

Jonathon Gonzalez, 18, and Luis Olvera, 20. (Chicago Police Department)

Two men are accused of injuring two young children in an attack in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood.

Police said Jonathon Gonzalez, 18, and Luis Olvera, 20, threw a fire hydrant cap at a car as they yelled gang slogans around 12:20 p.m. Monday in the 2600-block of South Kedzie Avenue.

The cap shattered a car window. Two children were sitting inside the vehicle.

The 4-year-old and 8-month-old suffered minor injuries but are expected to be OK.

Gonzalez, of the 2400-block of South Sawyer Avenue, and Olvera, of the 2400-block of South Troy Avenue, were both charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery to a child and misdemeanor criminal damage to property.

Both men are due in bond court Wednesday.
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