The Chicago police union says an officer “inadvertently” shot an armed robbery suspect early Friday, after the suspect elbowed the officer in the chest in Canaryville.
A suspected armed robber was shot after Chicago Police say he charged at an officer in the South Side Canaryville neighborhood, making the officer’s gun discharge.
About 1 a.m., Michael May, 43, lost control of the motorcycle he was riding in the 4300 block of South Wallace Street and “fell to the pavement,” according to police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
The fire started on the rear porch of one home and a resident of that home, 12-year-old Edwin Perez, is being called a hero for getting everybody out.
A firefighter suffered heat related injuries during a fire at a home in the South Side Canaryville neighborhood Sunday morning.
Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said Wednesday that Chicago police officers assigned to NATO protest duty have passed their first test ahead of this weekend’s NATO summit.
With the NATO summit five days away, demonstrations are becoming more intense. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports on a so-called militant march against police brutality Tuesday evening.
Police are warning South Side residents of an increase in strong-armed robberies in the Canaryville and Fuller Park neighborhoods.
Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing South Side man who was last seen April 21.