The police chief in a Chicago suburb is under investigation, after needing to be restrained during an alleged attack against a state political candidate over campaigning in a housing subdivision, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Democrat Scott Pollak, a candidate for a House seat, claims Antioch Police Chief James Foerster had to be restrained by Mayor Larry Hanson and a police officer during a July 27 meeting.

Read the full story in the ChicagoTribune.com.

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