CPD Cops Indicted For Taking Bribes, Sharing Crash InformationBetween 2015 and October of 2017 the indictment said Officer Tate was paid at least $6,000 and Officer Cadichon $7,300.
$10K Could Buy Job At Dorothy Brown's Office, Records AllegeNew allegations reveal pay-to-play allegations of corruption in Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown's office.
Man Who Took Bribes From Food Service Workers Gets 18 MonthsA south suburban man who took bribes from food service workers to skip Illinois Department of Health training and testing has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Lawsuit Seeks Partial Refund For Red Light TicketsA Chicago man has filed a lawsuit seeking class action status against the city’s former red light camera vendor, claiming the company should provide approximately $100 million in refunds to motorists caught by the cameras, because it only got the contract through bribery.
Two Cook County Employees Get Prison For Bribery SchemeTwo Cook County employees who took bribes to lower property tax bills were sentenced Wednesday to two years and 18 months behind bars respectively, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Former Alderman Pleads Guilty In Third Corruption CaseFormer Chicago Ald. Ambrosio Medrano pleaded guilty Tuesday to wire fraud, and prosecutors want to send him to prison for about 20 years.
Blagojevich, Jackson Fundraiser To Plead Guilty In Fraud CaseA former fundraiser for ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich and former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has agreed to plead guilty to health care fraud charges unrelated to his ties to the two disgraced politicians.
Feds: Drivers Faked Bankruptcy To Avoid Auto Impound FeesIn a city well-practiced in the way of scams, this is a new one.
County Inspectors Accused Of Taking Cigarette Tax BribesTwo Cook County revenue investigators have been fired for allegedly accepting “thousands” of dollars in bribes — hush money from convenience stores and other outlets selling cigarettes without paying the local tobacco tax.
2 Investigators: Developer Bribed His Way Past Building CodesThe feds may have cracked down on bribe-taking among city inspectors. But the damage is already done for some Chicagoans who bought flawed properties, 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.