Back Of The Yards Man Says Police Raided His Apartment By MistakeLe Ron Morris, who is a minister, veteran and father, says he was at work Friday afternoon when a neighbor called and told him to come home right away.
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.
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.
Trump Blasts Cohen Over Tape DisclosurePresident Donald Trump blasted his former attorney Michael Cohen on Wednesday, the morning after CNN aired the audio of a recording Cohen made of the two.
Supreme Court: Warrant Generally Needed To Track Cell Phone Location DataThe ruling is a major victory for advocates of increased privacy rights who argued more protections were needed when it comes to the government obtaining information from a third party such as a cell phone company.
Prosecutors Get Warrant To Search Missouri Governor's Google AccountProsecutors in the invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens have obtained a search warrant for his Google account, according to court records.
Police Apologize To Family After Officers Raid Wrong ApartmentChicago police said they will pay for repairs after officers raided the wrong home Thursday morning, terrifying a Lawndale family.
Investigators Search Property Where The Bodies Of 2 Indiana Teens Were FoundIndiana investigators served a search warrant to the owner of the property where the bodies of two teens were found.
Feds Search Caterpillar HQ In Peoria, 2 Other Company SitesFederal law enforcement officials on Thursday executed search warrants at three Caterpillar locations, including the corporate headquarters in Peoria.
Robbery Suspect, Teen Arrested In Search For Drugs At Elgin HomeA search of a northwest suburban home turned up drugs and ammunition Wednesday night, leading to the arrest of a 16-year-old boy as well as an Elgin man wanted in a separate armed robbery investigation.
Lake County Deputies Seize $230K, More Than 50 Pounds Of MarijuanaRoger L. Lambrecht, 43, was arrested in unincorporated Lake County after a specialized gang task force unit executed a search warrant at his home in the 31000 block of Pineview Boulevard, according to a statement from the Lake County sheriff’s office.
Feds Focus On LAZ Executive For Alleged Parking Meter BribeFederal agents have been investigating an executive with the firm that manages Chicago’s privatized parking meters on allegations he took kickbacks to steer a meter contract to a favored company, according to a court record obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times.
Feds Raid Celebrity Chef Tony Hu's Restaurants In Tax Fraud ProbeFirst, federal agents dined at several of celebrity chef Tony Hu’s Chinatown restaurants. Then they returned in October with a warrant — hoping to feast on evidence of tax fraud, according to court records.
Police: Elgin Man Swallowed Heroin To Hide EvidenceDuring the course of a four month investigation, 32-year-old Angelo Hopson delivered and sold heroin to an undercover officer on three separate occasions, according to a statement from Elgin police.
Officials: Slow Justice At Fault In Chicago Man's Long ConThe Illinois Attorney General's office sued the owner of a remodeling company almost 30 years ago, accusing him of taking money from property owners for work that was either shoddy or never done. Without admitting wrongdoing, Mark Diamond agreed to change his ways, but authorities say he merely changed up his scheme.