Archive For The “Crime” Category

Liz Gorman urges Orland Park officials to address Safety Issues at Mall

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Liz Gorman urges Orland Park officials to address Safety Issues at Mall

Liz Gorman urges Orland Park officials to address Safety Issues at Mall Former Tollway Executive Director & Commissioner Liz Gorman urges Orland Park Village officials to address Safety Issues at the Orland Square Mall in the wake of the killing of a St. Michael’s teacher and injuring of another teacher. Gorman said that the tragedy…

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Man body slammed by Chicago Police deserved it

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Man body slammed by Chicago Police deserved it

Man body slammed by Chicago Police deserved it Too often the media and public focus on the actions of police rather than on the actions of criminals. Recently, a man who allegedly was drinking spit in the face of a police officer who tried to detain him. He licked the officer’s face and spit in…

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Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019

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Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019

Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019 Twenty years ago, a group of Hoffman Estates Police Officers started a project to bring gifts and food to families in need during the Holiday Season. Seeing the faces of these children and their families change from despair to joy, the Officers pledged to…

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Bob Fioretti enters race to oust beleaguered States Attorney Kim Foxx

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Bob Fioretti enters race to oust beleaguered States Attorney Kim Foxx

Bob Fioretti enters race to oust beleaguered States Attorney Kim Foxx Robert “Bob” Fioretti announced Monday his candidacy to challenge controversy-plagued Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx for the office in the March 17, 2020 Democratic Primary election. Foxx is best known for bending to political favors to drop charges in the Jussie Smollett hoax,…

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Orland Park Police participate in Thanksgiving Traffic Safety campaign

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Orland Park Police participate in Thanksgiving Traffic Safety campaign

Orland Park Police participate in Thanksgiving Traffic Safety campaign Travelers are urged to buckle up and designate a sober driver this Thanksgiving As Illinoisans gear up for one of the busiest travel times of the year, the Orland Park Police Department announced its plans for a traffic safety campaign focusing on impaired and unbuckled drivers….

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Morton College student charged with possessing weapons on school property

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Morton College student charged with possessing weapons on school property

Morton College student charged with possessing weapons on school property Anthony A. Guban, 24, was charged Friday with Felony unlawful use of a weapon in violation of the “Conceal Carry Act,” by bringing weapons onto school property while attending class. A witness notified police on Thursday, Nov. 14 around 3 pm, that weapons were visible…

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