Man pushes woman out of Cadillac, drives away in South Loop carjacking AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli
AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli

Last week at a South Loop gas station, a man charged with carjacking a woman was denied bail on Sunday.

According to a Fox32 report, Cook County Associate Judge Sophia Atcherson ordered Giovanni A. Holman, 22, held with no bail as he faces felony counts of vehicular hijacking and vehicular invasion.

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According to Cook County prosecutors and Chicago Police, on Friday at about 9:15 p.m. in the 1000 block of South Desplaines, Holman walked up to a 2018 Cadillac stopped at a gas station, pushed a woman out of the driver’s seat and drove off.

Prosecutors said officers spotted the Cadillac early Saturday and asked OnStar operators to remotely disable the SUV.

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Holman got out and ran when the Cadillac was disabled but was caught at 3:48 p.m. in the 200 block of West 72nd Street.

Prosecutors and police said he was taken into custody. Two guns, including a loaded handgun with an extended clip, were recovered from the SUV.

Holman has two previous felony convictions.

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