A north suburban police officer was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to theft for ordering a DUI suspect to pay an unnecessary cash bond.
A Palatine woman has been arrested on charges she stole more than $200,000 from her 98-year-old grandmother.
A former Merrillville Town Court clerk has pleaded guilty to federal charges of stealing bond money from the court and filing a false tax return.
The two cousins charged in the death of a former St. Louis University volleyball player from Wheaton are now facing more charges for another crime.
One victim learned that replacing the converter will cost an estimated $1,800. The thief will probably get less than $200 when he sells the stolen device, CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
A former administrator of west suburban Bellwood has been charged with stealing more than half a million dollars from the village.
Copper thieves made off recently with thousands of dollars worth of valuable metal from a couple of homes being built by Habitat for Humanity in the southwest suburbs.
A suburban bank manager is accused of stealing more than $20,000 from the accounts of an elderly man.
For at least the third time in a week, thieves have targeted large air conditioning units in the south suburbs.
Thieves did the heavy lifting — literally — of taking an ATM from its foundation at a bank in the Bucktown neighborhood early Friday, but apparently something spooked them and they left the machine — and their getaway vehicle — behind.
Police say Cedar Park Cemetery in Calumet Park is getting hit hard by thieves looking to cash in on bronze grave markers. CBS 2′s Pamela Jones reports.
A woman is going to spend four years in prison for embezzling her employer in Algonquin.
McDonough Associates Inc., an engineering firm that was banned from accepting any state contracts after it was accused of overcharges that cost taxpayers millions, has struck back.
One of Illinois’ biggest engineering firms could find itself fighting for its survival.
The former head of the Chicago Police Sergeants Association was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for stealing more than $1 million from the union to fund a lavish lifestyle that prosecutors said included gambling trips, steak dinners and a down payment on a home, the Sun-Times is reporting.
A Lincoln Park neighborhood man already charged with cyber-terrorizing multiple people online is now facing new burglary charges – and police say the burglary rate in the district where he was operating is down 70 percent since his arrest.
A month ago, it was looking like game over for a Little League team in Hobart, Ind. CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
A youth baseball team that almost saw its season evaporate plays its first tournament game of the season on Friday night.
Police in Woodstock say a drug deal gone bad led to life-threatening injuries for the dealer.
An Elgin woman faces more charges for allegedly trying to cash an altered lottery ticket worth hundreds of millions of dollars.