Chicago cop charged with DUI, hit-and-run refused Breathalyzer
By Rummana Hussain, Frank Main and Fran Spielman
CHICAGO — Moments after allegedly killing a 13-year-old boy in a hit-and-run, an off-duty Chicago Police officer told the arresting officers he wanted only one thing: "to go back."
"I want to go back. I just want to go back," Richard Bolling told an officer who inquired about the front-end damage to Bolling's Dodge Charger, blocks away from where Cook County prosecutors said Bolling hit Trenton Booker, knocking him off his bike.
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