A jury returned a guilty verdict against a man who killed a Chicago police evidence technician and housing authority officer in 2010 as the tech investigated a car burglary on the Southeast Side.
CHICAGO (STMW) — After failing to reach a verdict following six and a half hours of deliberations Tuesday night, Cook County jurors were sequestered by the judge in the Timothy Herring double-murder trial and sent […]
Cook County jurors Tuesday afternoon began deliberating the fate of a Southeast Side man accused of killing Chicago Police officer Michael Flisk and former CHA cop Stephen Peters, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
She lowered her head, sobbed, mumbled and avoided eye contact with her cousin and the lawyers peppering her with questions. But Meosha Menzies hesitantly testified Tuesday that Timothy Herring admitted to her that he killed Chicago Police Officer Michael Flisk and former CHA cop Stephen Peters in November 2010.
A defense attorney is accused of loaning her cell phone to a jail inmate who made personal calls. The detainee was eventually charged with killing a Chicago police officer and a former CHA cop.
Stephen Peters was remembered as a quiet hero. Mourners gathered to celebrate his life, and share their loss.
Prosecutors say the man charged with killing Chicago Police Officer Michael Flisk and retired CHA cop Stephen Peters tried to kill another man just a few months before last week’s crime – but was never charged.
The Chicago teenager accused of murdering a Chicago police officer and a former Chicago Housing Authority police officer is being described as a neighborhood terrorist. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
A judge denied bond for a 19-year-old parolee charged in the fatal shooting of an on-duty Chicago police officer and a retired CHA cop.
A 19-year-old “person of interest” who lived near the murder scene is accused of the crime.