Man accused of attacking parking officer

Prosecutors say a man recently charged with assaulting a San Francisco parking control officer will be arraigned Monday.

The PCO asked 53-year-old Charles Hill’s wife to move her car, prosecutors said, saying it got in the way of delivery trucks.

The exchange allegedly enraged Hill, who authorities say became violent.

Further information on this case was not immediately available.

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