City Settles With Family In Wrong Police Raid Where Child's Birthday Cake Was Dropped On FloorYou may remember the stunning images – a child’s birthday cake got tossed on the floor during a Chicago Police raid. The problem is that it was the wrong home. .And now, taxpayers are on the hook for it all.
City Council Finance Committee To Consider $6.65 Million Of Settlements In Lawsuits Against Chicago PoliceAldermen will be asked to approve settlements in two fatal police shootings, an incident of officers raiding the wrong home, and a retaliation lawsuit filed by a former officer.
Family Sues Chicago Police After Raid Searching For Relative Who Hadn't Lived There In YearsChicago police are facing yet another federal lawsuit over allegations of a bad raid and misconduct by officers.
Family Sues Chicago Police After Officers Raid Home In Search Of Suspect Who Actually Lived In CaliforniaIt's just the latest in a series of wrong raids that have prompted lawsuits against the city.
Newly-Obtained Video Of Wrong Raid Highlights Inconsistencies In Body Cam Policies At CPDPolice body camera video could have shown exactly what happened during a police-involved shooting this past Sunday in Englewood.
Chicago Police Announce Path Forward In Fulfilling Consent Decree, But Do Not Address Complaints About Missed DeadlinesThe Chicago Police Department on Monday announced a path forward to fulfill a federal consent decree that took effect last year.
Corrupt Chicago Police Officer David Salgado Sentenced To Nearly 6 Years For Scheme To Get Bogus Warrants To Steal Cash, DrugsLast October, Salgado and his partner, Sgt. Xavier Elizondo, were found guilty on all counts following a trial on conspiracy and obstruction of justice charges.
Corrupt Chicago Police Sgt. Xavier Elizondo Gets More Than 7 Years In Prison For Lying To Get Warrants, Stealing Cash And DrugsLast October, Elizondo and Officer David Salgado were found guilty on all counts following a trial on conspiracy and obstruction of justice charges.
[un]warranted: A CBSN Chicago Special PresentationIt's been nearly two years since the CBS 2 Investigators got their first tip from a family who said that Chicago Police wrongly raided their home – the wrong home.
Another Family Files Lawsuit After Chicago Police Raid Wrong Home, Point Guns at 4-Year-OldAnother family who said they are traumatized after Chicago Police wrongly raided their home and pointed guns at them is suing the city.
'They Had The Guns Pointed At Me;' Another Chicago Family Wrongly Raided, Just 1 Month After Police Created Policy To Stop Bad Raids
CBS 2 Chicago Wins Peabody Award For [un]warranted: A Series That Exposed Chicago Police Pattern Of Raiding Homes Of Innocent FamiliesCBS Chicago won the prestigious Peabody Award for [un]warranted, an investigative project and documentary exposing an alarming pattern of Chicago Police officers raiding the wrong homes, traumatizing innocent families, and, in the process, violating citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights.
Sergeant Ordered Chicago Police Officers To 'Kill' Their Body Cams During Wrong RaidCBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini has uncovered some new disturbing findings. A team of officers went in with cameras rolling, but soon after they are all ordered to kill their cameras.
Wrong Raid Victims File Lawsuit: 'I Get Panic Attacks When I See Blue Lights'"They cannot even hear a knock at the door without being scared."
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul Calls Wrong Raids By Chicago Police 'Disturbing' And 'Heartbreaking'The state's top prosecutor said Tuesday that he is alarmed by a pattern of Chicago police raiding the wrong homes.