A man is behind bars for allegedly bludgeoning a liquor store employee with a hammer to the head during a robbery early Monday in Jefferson Park
Aldermen are expected to give final approval later this week to a $156,000 settlement in the case of two brothers beaten by Chicago police officers when the young men were mistaken for a pair of robbers as they left the liquor store where they work.
The photograph that arrived on Detective Cpl. Michael Barnes’ desk was worth more than the proverbial thousand words.
On a muggy August night in 2010, a cabal of would-be robbers conspired to break into a northwest Indiana social club for the cash they thought they’d find. Before dawn, the six or more had killed two men, both innocent victims, but didn’t even steal enough cash to share with everyone, a witness told police.
It has been a year and a half since a McHenry man found tens of thousands of dollars in cash in his garden; and as he and two other people wind their way through the courts to claim it, one of them is telling more about how he lost thousands of dollars – instead of a bug.
A late night fire at a liquor store in Elgin on Wednesday left the business a complete loss.
One man died and five others were wounded when two gunmen sprayed a convenience store with bullets Thursday evening in the south side Auburn-Gresham neighborhood.
Seven people were killed and 18 more were wounded – including a Chicago Police officer – in a violent weekend on the streets of Chicago.
A Countryside liquor store owner is the victim of a Facebook-fueled campaign to hurt his business, which, he says, is based on a lie.
Several Chicago Police officers are under investigation, after two men say they were brutally beaten inside a Southwest Side liquor store.
A suspected robber was shot and killed, and an employee was wounded, during a holdup at a liquor store in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood overnight.
A 4-year-old boy from Indiana is dead, after apparently shooting himself by accident inside a liquor store in far south suburban Beecher.
An 18-year-old man accused of robbing a Ford Heights liquor store has been arrested, thanks in part to a store owner who recognized him as “Lil Mike,” a frequent customer.