Authorities Raid South Loop ResidenceAn airport arrival set off a police raid in a high-end South Loop community Monday afternoon.
More Than 100 Arrested In Gang Raids By Chicago Police, FedsChicago police and federal agents conducted a series of raids starting Thursday morning, including at an Englewood daycare facility being used to stash guns.
Cops Seize Guns, Drugs Sold Through Secret Facebook Groups“That’s a billion-dollar industry. Certainly they can spend a little money to ensure that these types of things don’t happen,” Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said. “Quite frankly they haven’t been very friendly to law enforcement to prevent these things.”
Ex-Chicago Cop Gets 5 Years In Prison For Tipping Off Target Of Drug RaidRonald Coleman insists he didn’t make the call that tipped off the Conservative Vice Lords to a massive federal investigation in June 2014.
More Than 50 Charged In Drug Raids Targeting West SideMore than 50 people are facing federal or state charges for their roles in selling heroin and cocaine on the West Side, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
Officer Home From Hospital After Being Shot During Drug RaidPolice said a narcotics team was executing a search warrant at a home in the 2700 block of East 92nd Street around 8:45 p.m. Sunday, when someone inside the house shot at the officers. A bullet ricocheted off a piece of wood, and struck a 34-year-old tactical officer in the face.
Police Arrest 22 Gang Members In Drug Market RaidsThe Chicago Police Department on Saturday announced that 22 alleged gang members were arrested and quantities of heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis were seized during two drug market raids on Friday on the city’s South and West sides.
Police Kill Dog, Wound Suspect In Drug RaidPolice shot and killed a dog, and wounded a suspect, during a drug raid in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood.
Police Raid Startles Elderly Couple In HomeCook County Sheriff’s Police will apologize in person and pay for damages after officers mistakenly raided the home of an elderly Chicago couple.