Two migrants have been arrested and accused of striking police officers this week, Chicago police sources said. A third has also been placed into police custody.

On Tuesday, a woman battered a Near West District police officer a little before 11 a.m. at the district station, in the 1400 block of South Blue Island Avenue and fled the scene, the Police Department said. Police later found the woman at 5:17 p.m. nearby in the 1700 block of West Taylor Street, where she was placed into custody.

Ana Rondon, 20, was charged with one count of battery for making physical contact.

On Wednesday, police allege a man stole someone else’s property at the station and attempted to flee, police said. Another person then battered a responding officer, who suffered minor injuries before being taken to a hospital in good condition, according to police.

Both suspects were placed into custody, awaiting possible charges.

Chicago Tribune’s Sam Charles contributed.

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