Cicero Man In Custody, Accused Of Burning Down West Lawn Neighborhood Walgreens Last YearA Cicero man was in custody Tuesday on charges that he burned down a Walgreens in the West Lawn neighborhood.
Scorching Report From Independent Monitoring Team Says Chicago Police Were Not Prepared Or Trained For Civil Unrest In Wake Of George Floyd ProtestsA new report concludes that Chicago and its Police Department weren’t prepared, trained, or ready for the protests, looting, and unrest we saw last year after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Diego Vargas Pleads Guilty To Setting Off Explosive Device At Naperville Restaurant During Widespread Looting Last SummerDiego Vargas pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of maliciously attempting to damage and destroy a building by means of an explosive device.
One Year After Unrest, Looting In Chicago: Path To Recovery Is A Greater Challenge For Some Areas Than OthersSunday marked one year since the height of unrest in downtown Chicago following the death of George Floyd.
James Massey Charged With Inciting Rioting, Accused Of Encouraging Downtown Looting In Social Media Posts In AugustA Chicago man was charged federally with inciting rioting Tuesday, on accusations that he posted multiple messages and videos on Facebook urging people to come downtown and loot this past August.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Stands By CPD Supt. David Brown In Wake Of Scathing Report On Police Handling Of Summer Protests, LootingLightfoot said CPD has learned from what happened last summer, and said she has "a thousand percent confidence" in Brown's leadership of the department.
Citizen App Aims To Connect And Protect South Shore Business OwnersThe Citizen app has real time alerts, pictures and maps all showing what's happening and where through community posts.
COPA Employee Arrested, Released Without Charges In Connection With Looting And Burglary, Sources SaySources told CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey the COPA employee was arrested in August in connection to burglary and looting.
Rebuilt Walmart Supercenter Reopens In Chatham Following Damage From Looting; Store Now Includes Health CenterEven as retailers in Illinois face new capacity limits in the state’s latest effort to curb the resurgent pandemic, there's a good feeling in Chicago's Chatham neighborhood this morning, as the Walmart on 83rd Street reopens for business.
Police Issue Images Of Multiple Suspects Wanted In Two Incidents In August Looting SpreePolice on Sunday released images of people wanted in connection with two specific incidents in the all-night looting spree that happened in and around the downtown area early on the morning of Monday, Aug. 10.
Downtown Chicago Businesses Remain Boarded Up, Fear Possible Looting Following Presidential Election ResultsAs the country awaits final election results, business owners across Chicago are waiting to take down boards they put up earlier in the week.
Man Charged With Targeting Naperville Restaurant With Explosive Device During June LootingA 24-year-old man has been arrested on federal charges for trying to damage a Naperville restaurant with an explosive device during widespread looting in June.
COPA Releases Video Connected To Shooting Of Latrell Allen By CPD Officers In Englewood, Which Was Linked To Subsequent Looting DowntownThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability on Tuesday released video and other documentation of the shooting and wounding of Latrell Allen by police in Englewood – an incident that was linked to an all-night looting spree in and around the downtown area hours later.
Chicago Police Have Received 406 Tips Since Launching Looting Task ForceChicago Police have received 406 tips since launching a task force to identify those who were involved in an all-night looting spree during the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 10.
An Inside Look At The Chicago Police Looting Task ForceLooters ransacked stores across Chicago for a second time 45 days ago, and since then, police have tirelessly poured over hours of video looking for evidence to catch the crooks.