Family To Sue CPD Over Wrongful Raid; Claiming Police Pointed Guns At Children, Didn't Promptly Provide WarrantA South Side family will file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Chicago on Tuesday, accusing police officers of pointing guns at children and terrorizing the family when they raided the wrong home last month.
Police Raid Wrong Home During Birthday Party, Point Guns At Children; 'I Thought They Was Going To Shoot Me, And My Brother, And Everybody Else'Chicago police raided the wrong home again; this time during a 4-year-old boy’s birthday party. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini continues his months-long investigation into wrong raids.
Chicago Police Ransack 81-Year-Old Woman's Home Only To Discover They Had The Wrong HouseHardies Clayton says the police pointed guns at her and had her son in handcuffs before realizing they were at the wrong house and had the wrong person.
CBS 2 Investigators: CPD Superintendent Responds To Wrong RaidsCPD has not released how often they get warrants with bad addresses despite CBS 2 Investigators' repeated requests.
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.
Chicago Police Arrest 75 In Raids Of South Side BusinessesTwo businesses have been shut down and more than 70 people have been arrested after a police raid at a convenience store.
Family Suing Chicago Police After Officers Raid Wrong Apartment, Point Guns At ChildrenA family who says police raided the wrong home last November, and pointed guns at their 9- and 5-year-old sons, filed a federal lawsuit against the city on Wednesday.
CPD Officers Raid Wrong Home, Point Guns At 9-Year-Old Boy; 'My Life Flashed Before My Eyes'A Chicago family says they were left traumatized after police burst into their home with guns drawn and pointed, even at children.
Chicago Police Apologize After Raiding Wrong Home: 'That's Not A Good Thing'Police said the officers went to the address listed on a warrant, but the paperwork had the wrong information.
Police Raid Wrong Home, Terrified Family Says Apology Not Enough: 'I Don't Feel Safe'18 year old Naseem Stevens woke up early Wednesday evening by Chicago police officers busting in his bedroom door with guns drawn. He was face down with officers pointing guns in a police raid, but it was the wrong home.  
30 Arrested In Raids Aimed At Curbing Memorial Day Weekend ViolenceThirty people were arrested and hundreds of pounds of drugs — often a catalyst of violence — were confiscated by officers during the raids.