Cook County Sheriff’s Police
A call to police from a concerned resident in Dolton led police to a dog fighting ring, and a man wanted for attempted murder.
Roughed up, but back to their winning ways, the Bears are the big ticket in town. However, with the success comes more trouble.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is going to try to have sex offenders under its watch when most kids will be out trick-or-treating today.
The Cook County Sheriff’s office has received more lab test results, as they try to attach a name to John Wayne Gacy’s seven unidentified victims.
Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle is delaying, but also expanding, plans to charge residents of unincorporated Cook County for services they now get for free, such as police protection.
About 100 Cook County Sheriff’s Police officers will be visiting the homes of registered sex offenders in unincorporated parts of Cook County Monday, but they won’t be looking for Halloween treats.
In the first 24 hours of the latest attempt to identify the eight unidentified victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says authorities have received a flood of calls.
For the first time in nearly three years, the Cook County Sheriff’s Police will be getting 26 new officers, as the department figures a way around belt-tightening.
Within three days of posting active arrest warrants on their website, Cook County Sheriff’s police have received more than 100 tips and made at least five arrests of wanted fugitives.
One suburban couple describes how a man claiming to be a new neighbor coaxed them from their house while someone cleaned out their valuables. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
A man from west suburban Elmwood Park is charged with trying to solicit sex with what he thought was a 12-year-old girl.
Cook County Sheriff’s Police have busted up a burglary ring that targeted homes across the near western suburbs.
The Bloods street gang has never had a presence in the Chicago area. That’s changing.
Police arrested eight men and a woman who were allegedly operating a counterfeit apparel sales ring out of stores in Chicago and suburban areas, the Cook County Sheriff’s office announced Saturday.
A Melrose Park man has been charged with stealing more than $900,000 from his late aunt, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease.
A convicted felon from Chicago Heights has been arrested for allegedly holding a woman against her will, beating and choking her after meeting her on the Internet.
The owner of a suburban animal shelter has been charged with practicing veterinary medicine without a license, providing rabies inoculations without a license and forging rabies certificates.
Cook County sheriff’s police handcuffed the owner of Dazzles Painted Pastures near Tinley Park and drove her away in a squad car Wednesday morning.
Two Florida men were arrested earlier this week after allegedly trying to smuggle $5 million worth of marijuana by hiding it in a large shipment of carrots.
A northwest suburban man has been ordered held on $10 million bond, charged with stabbing his wife to death in front of their 9-year-old daughter on Valentine’s Day.
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