3 Cops Plead Not Guilty To Covering Up Laquan McDonald ShootingDet. David March and officers Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney are charged with obstruction of justice, conspiracy, and official misconduct.
3 Cops Indicted For Obstruction Of Justice In Laquan McDonald ShootingDet. David March and officers Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney are charged with conspiracy, official misconduct, and obstruction of justice.
Chicago Cop Convicted Of Perjury, 2 Others AcquittedChicago Police Officer William Pruente was convicted of perjury, official misconduct and obstruction of justice.
Former LaGrange Police Officer Accused Of Stealing From Senior CitizenBack in 2004, LaGrange Police officer Steven Kenifel talked with CBS 2 Chicago about a theft, and now he's on the wrong end of theft allegations.
Chicago Police Officer Charged With Hitting Man With Baton In 2014A Chicago police officer has been charged with aggravated battery and official misconduct, for allegedly hitting a man in the face with a baton at a block party in Lawndale in 2014.
Cook County Jail Guard Charged With Felony In Inmate BeatingA Cook County Sheriff’s correctional officer has been charged with official misconduct — a felony — for allegedly punching a detainee seven times in a beating captured on video.
Police Commander Glenn Evans Acquitted Of Brutality ChargesA Chicago police commander has been acquitted of all charges for allegedly shoving a gun in a suspect's mouth two years ago.
Verdict Expected Monday In Trial Of Chicago Police CommanderA Cook County judge is expected to announce a verdict in the case of a Chicago police commander accused of shoving a gun down a suspect's throat.
IPRA Investigators Testify In Police Cmdr. Glenn Evans TrialThe lead Independent Police Review Authority investigator handling Chicago Police Cmdr. Glenn Evans’ brutality case admitted Wednesday that he didn’t follow up on key requests from his supervisor and the Illinois State Police crime lab.
Popular Chicago Police Commander To Stand Trial On Brutality AllegationsA Chicago Police commander is expected to stand trial Tuesday over allegations that he jammed a gun down a suspect’s mouth and held a Taser to the man’s groin, at a time when city officials are facing criticism for their handling of the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Chicago Police Commander To Go On Trial For Tough TacticsAt a time when much of the nation is debating the treatment of black suspects by white police officers, Cmdr. Glenn Evans' case unfolds against a different backdrop: He is a black officer credited with safeguarding black neighborhoods.
Hearing Set For Police Commander Accused Of BrutalityGlenn Evans was arrested after an investigation of a January 2013 incident involving the capture of a suspect. Prosecutors accuse Evans of shoving a gun down the man's throat, putting a Taser to his groin, and threatening to kill if the man did not tell him where his gun was.