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Chicago Boy Charged with Murder of Officer Grandmother
November 7, 2011
A 15-year-old Chicago boy has been accused of murdering his 55-year-old grandmother after she yelled at him for skipping school. The relationship between the two, who lived together, had grown increasingly tense.
Nationwide Multi-Band Radio Tests Completed by DHS
October 26, 2011
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is completing tests that would pave the way for first responders to use multi-band radios to communicate on various frequencies, the agency has announced.
Chicago Police Shift 138 Officers From Jails To Patrol
October 10, 2011
Nearly 140 officers will be shifted to beat patrol from jail duty to meet Mayor Rahm Emanuel's goal of adding 1,000 more cops to the street since taking office in May.
Ex-Chicago Cop Lied About Attack
September 22, 2011
On the witness stand, Chicago police Officer Sylshina London recalled how she had been terrified while driving to work in March 2010 when an occupant in another car threw a glass bottle, hitting her in the face, and several other individuals banged on her car and threatened to physically harm her.
Chicago Officer's Death Attributed To Inhaling Cleaning Fluid
September 21, 2011
The autopsy of Kevin Robinson, 42, shows he died of a lung illness from inhaling the noxious fumes. Robinson, a 15-year veteran of the department, died April 4.
Prosecutor: Suspects Partied After Killing Officer
September 20, 2011
A South Side man seeking to avenge an earlier shooting killed Chicago Police Officer Alejandro "Alex" Valadez in a volley of bullets, then drove to a friend's house where he partied with his buddies, prosecutors told jurors today as his trial opened.
Ex-Chicago Cop Who Planned Hit on Fellow Officer Gets 12 Years
September 9, 2011
During the sentencing hearing, Jerome Finnegan apologized and expressed remorse. In a five-minute address to the judge, Finnigan acknowledged that he brought shame on himself and his family, and that stress and greed turned him the wrong way.
Chicago Police Dogs Named After 9/11 Responders
September 9, 2011
Officer Nick Spencer's black Labrador retriever Ggillis (with the extra "g") is named after Sgt. Rodney Gillis, an NYPD sergeant who was killed after racing into the World Trade Center.
Chicago Cop Returns Fire Outside South Side Bar
September 1, 2011
An off-duty Chicago Police officer returned fire at a suspect who shot and wounded the officer's friend outside a South Side tavern early Thursday. The officer chased down two suspects and found one of them reportedly hiding in a garbage can.
Chicago Beachgoers Witness Police Horse's Seizure
August 30, 2011
Chicago Police Officer Paul Casasanto is mourning the loss of Mik, his equine partner who suffered a fatal seizure while patrolling North Beach in Monday.
Chicago Police Seize $33 Million In Marijuana
August 23, 2011
A Chicago PD narcotics unit's investigation has led to one of the largest narcotics seizures in the department's recent history, netting more than 12,000 pounds of marijuana, seven arrests, seven vehicles, and two firearms.
Man Gets 60 Years for Shooting Chicago Detective In Back
August 23, 2011
A South Side man was sentenced to 60 years in prison for shooting a Chicago Police gang detective in the back while the officer was attempting to question him.
Chicago Police Add Three Vessels To Patrol City Waterways
August 4, 2011
The Chicago PD acquired a 27-foot Defender model boat, as well as two 44-foot Archangel vessels built to the specifications of the department. The vessels were purchased with a $3.25-million port security grant.
Chicago Cop Saves Choking Baby
August 4, 2011
Officer Christopher Elliot was sitting in his cruiser doing paperwork, when the frantic father banged on his window. The officer began CPR by doing chest compressions that cleared food inthe child's airway.
Chicago Cop's Accused Killer Denied Bail
July 27, 2011
Antwon Carter, 24, has been charged with murder and attempted robbery in the fatal shooting of Officer Michael Bailey. As detectives investigated the case, Carter was sitting in the Illinois Department of Corrections on a parole violation.
Parolee Fired on 2 Chicago Officers
July 21, 2011
A parolee has been charged with firing on two Chicago Police officers in the West Garfield Park neighborhood. Daniel Jones, 27, is charged with firing on the officers who had approached him during an apparent drug deal with a second person.
America's Cage War Against Radical Islam
July 19, 2011
Our Judeo-Christian culture has been challenged in the arena of global conflict. We're locked in the "ultimate fighting cage" of war, a place we've been before. We're in a fight against extremist terrorism, and this isn't the first round.
Teen Charged In Dispatcher's Death During Pursuit
July 11, 2011
A 16-year-old boy who was allegedly driving under the influence while being pursued by police is facing charges connected to a crash that caused the death of a 911 dispatcher.
Suit Claims Chicago Cops Punch First, 'Ask Questions Later'
July 7, 2011
The complaint alleges LaMonte Simmons' constitutional rights were violated on Aug. 3, 2009. Simmons was visiting his neighbors when he claims he witnessed officers using a choke-hold on a 16-year-old.
Chicago Cops Involved In Shootings Get 24-Hour Cooling-Off Period
June 30, 2011
The Fraternal Order of Police's Lodge 7 won the cooling-off period from an arbitrator, the union has announced. The officer involved in a shooting will now have at least 24 hours to make a statement to the Independent Police Review Association (IPRA).
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