Liquor Store Robbery Ends With Shootout In Portage ParkA Portage Park liquor store owner exchanged gunfire with two men who robbed him of $100 in cash and $1,000 in merchandise.
Humboldt Park Liquor Store Was Pipeline For Stolen Booze: Chicago PoliceThree men have been arrested for selling stolen merchandise, including more than 100 bottles of high-end alcohol.
Old Irving Park Liquor Store Owner Shoots At RobbersThe robbers walked into the store in the 3200 block of North Pulaski about 11:50 p.m. and made off with an unspecified amount of cash and alcohol, according to Chicago Police. As they made their way to an SUV outside the store, the owner pulled out a gun and opened fire.
Police: Suspect Fired Gun During Waukegan Liquor Store RobberyThe clerk at Big Daddy’s Liquors, 2811 Grand Avenue in Waukegan, was closing up at 10:20 p.m. when the robber entered the store armed with a handgun, according to a statement from Waukegan police. He demanded money and fired one round during the robbery, striking a cooler in the store.
Three Shot, One Fatally, Outside Austin Liquor StoreA woman was killed and two men were wounded in a shooting outside a liquor store in the Austin neighborhood early Friday.
WATCH: Woman Breaks Into Liquor Store Office, Steals Cash -- SmilesHow did money just vanish from a south suburban liquor store? Management wanted to find out, so they checked out their surveillance video. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Man Charged With Pushing Elderly Person After Liquor Store RobberyA man who pushed a 79-year-old to the floor after robbing a Humboldt Park neighborhood liquor store Thursday has been linked to another West Side robbery that occurred earlier this year, police said.
Convicted Killer, Former Death Row Inmate Dies In PrisonRicardo Harris walked into an Oak Lawn liquor store on May 13, 1999 and shot four people with a handgun, killing two employees and wounding two sisters, leaving them for dead.
Man Charged With Beating Liquor Store Cashier With HammerA man is behind bars for allegedly bludgeoning a liquor store employee with a hammer to the head during a robbery early Monday in Jefferson Park
City Council Committee Backs $156K Settlement In Police BeatingAldermen are expected to give final approval later this week to a $156,000 settlement in the case of two brothers beaten by Chicago police officers when the young men were mistaken for a pair of robbers as they left the liquor store where they work.
Stray Photograph Helps Crack Cold Case In GaryThe photograph that arrived on Detective Cpl. Michael Barnes’ desk was worth more than the proverbial thousand words.