Chicago police officer injured by thrown bottle while dispersing crowd at Puerto Rican Fest

A Chicago police officer was taken to the hospital after someone threw a bottle at her while dispersing a crowd at the Puerto Rican Festival in Humboldt Park

The incident happened at 8:40 p.m. Saturday in the 2400 block of W. Division Street.  

Chicago police said they were working to break up the crowd when someone from within the group threw the bottle at the officer. 

The officer was taken to an area hospital and her injuries were deemed non-life-threatening, according to CPD. 

No arrests have been made in connection with the incident.  

However, police said several other arrests were made during the festival, which was held June 6-9, for fighting, battery and disturbing the peace.

The festival prompted a heavy police presence and tight security, with pat-downs, bag checks, and more at Humboldt Park.