But officer may have been gone anyway – the police department recently recommended that she and partner be fired for lying about shooting case.
Cook County fines businesses for selling black market cigs, fails to collect millions from citations
Taxpayer money up in smoke?
Cop Lies, Fouls Up Shooting Case, Yet Faces No Charges
State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez declines to bring perjury charges against officer, fueling claims that she too often gives cops a pass for wrongdoing.
Alvarez’s Probe Of Lynwood Cop Drags On
State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez faces new criticism for taking more than two years to investigate suburban officer who knocked out prisoner – a beating caught on video.
Lynwood Settles Suit Over Beating By Cop
Village pays out $500,000 to prisoner who, while handcuffed, was slugged by officer, in an incident caught on tape. Will the cop face charges?
No Retirement Parting – Chicago Cops Draw Pensions, Return To Payroll
Nearly two-dozen retired Chicago police officers are collecting taxpayer-supported pensions, and are now back on the city payroll.
Video Shows Cop Allegedly Hit Handcuffed Suspect
Lynwood police officer is shown on surveillance footage allegedly shoving, punching handcuffed prisoner inside police station. Did officials try to cover up the incident?
Lost And Found
Confiscated by Dolton police, antique handgun goes missing from station, then turns up amid inquiry. Now a police supervisor faces possible discipline.
As ambulance delays mount in Chicago, city tries to cover up the problem by urging dispatchers not to talk about it over the air.
An Alarming Trend?
Chicago’s trauma ambulances appear to be taking longer to respond to emergencies and critics say it’s a symptom of a worsening ambulance shortage.