Key Body Camera Footage Missing After Chicago Police Officers Raid Wrong Homes, Point Guns At ChildrenIn three separate cases, Chicago Police officers had the incorrect address listed on a warrant and raided the wrong home, traumatizing innocent families and children. But, CBS 2 has uncovered that critical moments that should have been captured on police body worn cameras are missing or were never recorded at all.
‘You Have the Wrong Place:’ Body Camera Video Shows Moments Police Handcuff Innocent, Naked Woman During Wrong RaidFor the first time, police body camera video reveals what an innocent woman said happened to her nearly two years ago: police officers wrongly entered her home with guns drawn and handcuffed her naked as she watched in horror.
'They Had The Guns Pointed At Me;' Another Chicago Family Wrongly Raided, Just 1 Month After Police Created Policy To Stop Bad Raids
CBS 2 Investigators: Multiple Police Raids Gone Wrong; 'This Is Just Irresponsible'CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini found a pattern of Chicago police officers raiding the wrong homes.
Carjacking Arrests Up Thanks To Community Efforts, CPD And Possibly The Weather"We cannot complain if we’re not gonna get involved."
Appeals Court Tosses $44.7 Million Verdict Against City In Shooting Of Michael LaPorta By Off-Duty Cop Patrick KellyA federal appeals court has thrown out a $44.7 million judgment against the city of Chicago, awarded by a jury more than three years ago over off-duty Officer Patrick Kelly’s shooting of his friend, Michael LaPorta, after a night of heavy drinking.
Anjanette Young Sues Chicago Police, City of Chicago in State Court For Botched Raid Where She Was Handcuffed NakedPolice Supt. David Brown agreed to some reforms as a result of an ongoing Inspector General investigation, prompted by CBS 2’s reporting.
Chicago Inspector General Recommending 'Urgent' Changes To CPD Search Warrant Policy To Address Wrong RaidsThe “urgent recommendations” from the city’s Office of Inspector General come as part of its review of CPD search warrant policies, launched as result of CBS 2’s years-long investigation into wrong raids.
Still No Resolution For North Chicago Police Pensioners Told To Work As Dispatchers Or Lose Their BenefitsSome North Chicago police officers on disability and receiving pensions who are being threatened to either go back to work or lose their pensions have been waiting since 2019 to resolve the issue.
Custodian Supervisor For Chicago Department Of Aviation Says Employees Afraid To Take COVID-19 Sick TimeThe Chicago Department of Aviation said it takes COVID-19 quarantines very seriously, but the foreman of custodians for the Chicago Department of Aviation claims he had to report to work even with a doctor's note.
Cost Concerns: Why COVID-19 Test Prices Vary WidelyHospitals and labs can set their own prices, and that's just one of the reasons why the bills can range anywhere from $20 to hundreds of dollars.
What The CBS 2 Investigators Uncovered In 2020As we close out 2020 – a challenging year unlike anything we’ve seen before – we wanted to take a moment to focus on why what we do matters.
Anjanette Young's Attorney Cancels Plans For Meeting With Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Will Move Forward With Lawsuit Over Wrong Raid"The Mayor declined Ms. Young’s request to meet with her in the manner that Ms. Young had requested—a manner that was best for her, her healing and Transparency," attorney Keenan Saulter said.
Anjanette Young, Who Was Handcuffed Naked During Wrong Police Raid, Agrees To Meet With Mayor Lori LightfootAnjanette Young has agreed to meet with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot after the wrong raid of Young's home, when officers handcuffed her while she was naked.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Bringing In Retired Judge To Investigate Anjanette Young CaseMayor Lori Lightfoot has asked former federal judge Ann Claire Williams to launch an outside investigation of the wrong raid of Anjanette Young's home, when officers handcuffed her while she was naked, and the city's handling of the fallout.