A Wrigleyville man who sued the Chicago Police Department and two cops who he said beat him and filed false charges against him during the Cubs World Series victory celebration in 2016 has won nearly $54,000 in federal court.
One man was shot and police recovered two firearms in separate incidents as another large group of young adults and teens flooded the Loop on Saturday night and early Sunday, according to police records.
“Running around the city streets of Chicago, the downtown area, with a loaded rifle, pointing it at officers and injuring civilians,” Judge Susana Ortiz summarized after hearing the state’s allegations.
A man is in custody after he allegedly struck a woman in the head with a rifle on a busy Loop street corner Thursday morning, then used the weapon to carjack a woman outside Macy’s on State Street, according to Chicago police
A Lower West Side man who faced attempted murder charges after he alleged beat a man with a baseball bat in Streeterville has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in exchange for a sentence of 18-months probation
The labor union representing Chicago’s front-line police officers unanimously approved a no-confidence vote Wednesday evening against Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, police Supt. David Brown, and the department’s second-in-command.