As Cook County’s war on drugs heats up, even in the cold, narcotics officers never know what they’re going to find during raids. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards tags along.
No arrests were made at the site of the raid, and no charges have been filed in the case.
Cook County investigators have been raiding stores across the county that have been breaking the law, and ripping off taxpayers of millions of dollars, by selling cigarettes without proper taxes.
A man taken into federal custody in Streamwood Friday afternoon allegedly phoned in a bomb threat to an Iowa shopping mall earlier this week.
As as dignitaries arrive for the NATO Summit in Chicago, protesters and police are making news for an arrest controversy earlier this week in Bridgeport.
NATO protesters say they are being harassed and unlawfully arrested and even detained ahead of the summit.
A 25-year-old woman whose rape kit went untested for 10 years sues the city of Harvey.
Police raided a smoke shop near Lombard and arrested the owners this week, after they were found to be selling synthetic pot and bath salts.
An undercover investigation led authorities to a Riverwoods man accused of making and selling more than $650,000 worth of counterfeit merchandise featuring Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and other brand logos.
A series of raids in response to public violence on the South Side netted 35 arrests and more than $235,000 worth of drugs.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart has issued a public apology to a couple whose home was the site of a mistaken weapon and drug raid by his police officers.