But officer may have been gone anyway – the police department recently recommended that she and partner be fired for lying about shooting case.
Cicero School Officials: Travel Log, High On Hog
District 99 is not a wealthy district, but school board members are staying at swanky hotels, eating pricey meals and making other curious expenses – courtesy of taxpayers.
Cicero Pays Printing Firm Millions In No-Bid Deal
Town President Larry Dominick ends up with more than $100,000 in campaign donations from the company – in latest questionable arrangement in west suburb.
Questions Emerge Over Lincoln Park Police Shooting
Sister of man killed in 2013 by off-duty Chicago cop sues, challenges official version, wants feds to look at case.
More Misconduct Alleged In Cicero
In latest controversy to swirl around Cicero Town President Larry Dominick – and cost taxpayers dearly – accusations fly about misspending in west suburb’s park district.
Video Shows Guard Punching, Kicking Inmate In Head
Correctional officer still has job, avoids criminal charges in spite of graphic video showing him pummeling Cook County Jail inmate.
Cal City Buys Parcel From Pol’s Family, Sells For Loss
South suburb paid $125,000 last year to buy a former bar from alderman’s family – then flips it for $30k.
Cook County fines businesses for selling black market cigs, fails to collect millions from citations
Taxpayer money up in smoke?
Feds Resurface In Cicero
The U.S. attorney’s office in Chicago has subpoenaed records relating to two politically connected vendors in the western suburb, a regular target of federal scrutiny.
Questionable Security Contracts In Cicero
Security firm with ties to Cicero town president’s “bodyguard” is awarded potentially lucrative deals by two government agencies in the western suburb.