Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Police need to consider the righteous of an order before blindly following it. These people should be left alone.
Just because some nutcase mayor orders it doesn't mean you should do it.
Friday, October 9, 2020
Family says CPD officer in SUV allegedly hit, killed 14-year-old dog
A family says a CPD officer hit and killed their 14-year-old dog and didn't even stop.
the dog was unleashed and it was 14 years old
CHICAGO - A family says a CPD officer hit and killed their 14-year-old dog and didn't stop.
“It hurts just the same as when I lost my mother brother and father...really hurts me deeply,”
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Mary Jo Tsokolas, 41, mother of two. Beverly Review story
Mary Jo Hermes Tsokolas
August 15, 1979 - September 7, 2020
Surrounded by loved ones at Advocate Christ Medical Center, Mary Jo Hermes Tsokolas, 41, of Chicago, went home to her Heavenly Father Monday, September 7, 2020. Mary Jo was a beautiful, brilliant, passionate young woman who loved fiercely and was fiercely loved. She was a dedicated wife and devoted mother. A treasured daughter, Mary Jo, was the middle of five girls and her zest for life and her nurturing ways were unmatched. Her sassy, fiery and fun-loving self made a lasting impression on anyone who was fortunate enough to come into her life and her smile would light up any room.
Mary Jo was born August 15, 1979, the daughter of Paul and Barbara (Lambert) Hermes. She attended St.
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Sunday, August 30, 2020
Monday, August 24, 2020
Kenosha police shoot man after he ignores police order and attempts to retrieve something from a car
What should the cop have done with the man with an attitude? Wait to see what he comes out of the car with?
Kenosha Police shot a man Sunday afternoon, and in the hours that followed, protesters vandalized buildings and set fires.
KENOSHA, Wis. - Officers deployed tear gas early Monday to disperse hundreds of people who took to the streets following a police shooting in Kenosha that also drew a harsh rebuke from the governor
Monday, August 17, 2020
Hundreds Salute First Responders
Southwest Chicago Post
Several hundred men, women and children (and even a handful of cheerful-looking dogs) marched through the west end of Garfield Ridge late Saturday morning as part of an effort to show public support for police, firefighters and all first responders.
The event started at 56th and Narragansett and headed west down a
Saturday, August 15, 2020
Tensions flare downtown as police and protestors clash
FOX 32's Michele Fiore reports...
CHICAGO - Protestors clashed with Chicago police Saturday evening after an intense afternoon of prolonged demonstrations.
The afternoon started near the Dan Ryan and 47th Street where protesters wanting to shut down the expressway failed, but effectively forced police to close Indiana Avenue as they marched to Grant Park.
When the peaceful demonstration ended at Roosevelt and Michigan, a number of those in the group
Friday, August 14, 2020
The data released Friday comes during a heated debate about the role of police officers in Chicago Public Schools.
By Nader Issa@NaderDIssa Aug 14, 2020, 4:25pm CDT
Youth activists protest having police in schools outside Chicago Board of Education President Miguel del Valle’s home in Belmont Cragin in June. Pat Nabong/Sun-Times file photo
About three of every four people arrested at a Chicago Public Schools property over the past nine years have been Black, even as arrests have plummeted in that time to only a fraction of what they
Thursday, August 13, 2020
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Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
A lieutenant recognized former Deputy House Majority Leader Arthur Turner Sr. and told him the warrant was for a man with the same name — but who had tattoos on both arms and is 36 years younger and several inches taller than Turner. “‘This warrant doesn’t fit you at all.’” Turner recalled him saying.
By Sam Charles Aug 4, 2020, 8:39pm CDT
Former Deputy House Majority Leader Arthur Turner Sr. sits in front of his home without the face mask he has come to love dearly. Tuesday. Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times
Two Chicago Police officers detained a former high-ranking state representative less than two blocks from his West Side home over the weekend after they mistakenly believed a warrant had been issued for his arrest.
“When I got out of the car, she told me to put my hands behind my back, and they put cuffs on,” said
Friday, July 31, 2020
By JOHN KASS
CHICAGO TRIBUNE |
Firefighters collect an American flag outside the Cook County medical examiner's office after a procession for Chicago police Deputy Chief Dion Boyd. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)
We don’t know the reasons why newly promoted Chicago police Deputy Chief Dion Boyd, 57, apparently took his own life at work the other day.
There might be a motive, a back story. But I don’t know what it is, and I’m not pushing to know.
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Newly promoted CPD deputy chief dies in apparent suicide at Homan Square facility
The death of Deputy Chief Dion Boyd was announced by CPD Supt. David Brown, who urged officers to take care of themselves: “There is no shame in reaching out for help.” Boyd was sworn in as deputy chief of criminal networks on July 15.
By Frank Main, Manny Ramos, Mitch Dudek | Staff writers, and Sam Charles Updated Jul 28, 2020, 2:30pm CDT
Newly-promoted CPD Deputy Chief of Criminal Networks Dion Boyd (right) was sworn in during a promotion ceremony at CPD headquarters by retiring First Deputy Supt. Anthony Riccio on July 15. Boyd died Tuesday, an apparent suicide. Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Sun-Times
A newly appointed Chicago police deputy chief fatally shot himself Tuesday morning in the Homan