2 Investigator: 'What Did You Plan On Doing With All Those Guns?'The case of a Chicago area teen, accused of illegally possessing guns, raises questions about young people who could pose a threat.
Aspiring Rapper Pleads Guilty To Illegally Possessing Gun While Filming VideoRicardo Burgos, who performs under the name “Nation," has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison.
Man Who Sold Gun Used To Shoot 2 Cops Released On $4,500 BondCharles Williams was arrested and charged in federal court last week with possession of a firearm by a felon.
Decade In Prison Urged For Millionaire-Turned-CriminalFederal prosecutors are seeking a maximum 10-year prison sentence for Thaddeus “T.J.” Jimenez, who became a multimillionaire in a wrongful conviction lawsuit against the city and went on to become a ruthless Chicago gang leader.
Person Arrested For Gun Possession After Kennedy Expressway CrashThe two-vehicle crash happened about 12:30 a.m. on I-90/94 near Addison, according to Illinois State Police.
Man Gets 16 Years For Selling Guns To Gang MembersWalter Freeman, 36, of Lisle, was sentenced after he was found guilty of selling revolvers and semi-automatic weapons to gang members, according to a statement from U.S. Department of Justice.
Man Charged After Boy Brings Loaded Gun To Elgin SchoolA 7-year-old boy brought a loaded handgun to a northwest suburban elementary school Thursday morning, and the man who allegedly brought the gun to the boy’s home is being held on a $250,000 bond.
Emanuel's Gun Crime Legislation Stalls In SpringfieldMayor Rahm Emanuel’s push to stiffen penalties for illegal guns hit an unexpected roadblock in the Illinois House on Thursday, as black lawmakers managed to halt the proposal for now.
McCarthy: Study Bolsters Call For Stiffer Firearms SentencesMayor Rahm Emanuel’s argument for stiffer firearms sentences is bolstered by a new study showing gun possession offenders placed on probation are more likely to get re-arrested for murder than other felons, his police superintendent says.
Durkin Supports Tougher Gun Penalties, But Warns Of CostThe new leader of Illinois House Republicans said Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s push for tougher penalties for gun crimes could be a good thing, but also expensive.