Archive For The “Police” Category

Communities support Police at National Night Out Tuesday Aug. 3

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Communities support Police at National Night Out Tuesday Aug. 3

Communities support Police at National Night Out Tuesday Aug. 3 By Ray Hanania Cities and villages throughout Chicagoland are hosting National Night Out events on Tuesday, August 3 to show support for Police and the difficult tasks they face in confronting criminals. Over the past two years, police have come under attack as a part…

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White House push probes “Capitol riot,” but continues to ignore the post-Floyd riots

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White House push probes “Capitol riot,” but continues to ignore the post-Floyd riots

White House push probes “Capitol riot,” but continues to ignore the post-Floyd riots Special Column Tuesday, July 27, 2021. Loot businesses, burn buildings, injure scores of people and that is your 1st Amendment Constitutional Right to protest. But protest government, and the Congress treats it as a high crime and misdemeanor. The hypocrisy of how Congress ignores…

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse Race, politics and a lack of justice is making the impact of the coronavirus pandemic worse on Americans. Many politicians at the Federal and State level are instead helping targeted constituencies rather than addressing the wider problem in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago. They are creating a race…

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Things that upset me and should upset you

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Things that upset me and should upset you

Things that upset me and should upset you I’m upset about almost everything from dentists and eye doctors to the racist campaign to ban Christopher Columbus. Wake up people. Don’t let the crazies run the insane asylum. Here’s my latest column By Ray Hanania I hate eye doctors and I hate dentists. They advertise how…

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Bi-Partisan legislation introduced in Michigan to penalize and reduce drive-by shootings

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Bi-Partisan legislation introduced in Michigan to penalize and reduce drive-by shootings

Bi-Partisan legislation introduced in Michigan to penalize and reduce drive-by shootings Citing the number of drive-by shootings in Flint in the past few months State Representatives Cynthia Neeley (D-Flint), Graham Filler (R-DeWitt), Mike Mueller (R-Linden) and Stephanie A. Young (D-Detroit) introduced legislation to increase penalties on drive-by shootings. “These cowardly, heinous actions must end,” state…

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Man killed by Metra train in Tinley Park

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Man killed by Metra train in Tinley Park

Man killed by Metra train in Tinley Park Tinley Park officials said Friday that Metra and Tinley police investigating the death of a pedestrian hit by a METRA train Friday afternoon Tinley Park police are assisting the Metra Police Department in investigating a pedestrian vs. train incident that occurred Friday afternoon near the Oak Park…

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Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder

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Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder

Kim Foxx passes on “foundation crimes” that lead to violence and murder Foundation crimes are a part ad parcel of major crimes. If they are not addressed or confronted, or allowed to go unpunished, they lead to serious felonies and even murder. But sadly, that’s not how Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx views her…

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Orland Park Police Remind All to Drive Sober This Independence Day, and Every Day

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Orland Park Police Remind All to Drive Sober This Independence Day, and Every Day

Orland Park Police Remind All to Drive Sober This Independence Day, and Every Day This Independence Day, the Orland Park Police Department and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) want to remind drivers that Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving. However your celebrations may look this year, make sure you celebrate…

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Tinley Park police identify drivers of vehicles covered in racial slurs

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Tinley Park police identify drivers of vehicles covered in racial slurs

Tinley Park police identify drivers of vehicles covered in racial slurs Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Tinley Park Police Department received several complaints after two vehicles were spotted driving around the village with racial slurs written on them with duct tape. Surrounding municipalities also received similar complaints. Police have identified the drivers as two…

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Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises

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Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises

Orland Park drops from “Safest City” list while Orland Hills rises Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau tried to distract voters from the community’s rising crime rate by citing a real estate website which asserted that Orland Park was one of the “safest cities” in Illinois. But a recent survey by Safewise, which is considered more…

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Suspect arrested in Maywood murder

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Suspect arrested in Maywood murder

Suspect arrested in Maywood murder On March 12th 2019, shortly after 8pm the Maywood Police Department responded to the area of the 1100 block of Madison Ave for a man shot. Upon arrival, Maywood Officers found Isaiah Scott, 19, of Maywood, suffering from a gunshot wound to the body. Isaiah Scott was transported to Loyola…

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Cicero arrests two suspects involved in 21 carjackings and burglaries

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Cicero arrests two suspects involved in 21 carjackings and burglaries

Cicero arrests two suspects involved in 21 carjackings and burglaries Teenage Suspects involved in burglaries and car jackings in six suburban communities in Berwyn, River Forest, Central Stickney, Elmwood Park and Oak Lawn The Cicero Police Department (CPD) announce the arrests of Luis D. Mercado-Cordero, male, age 18, of Maywood, Illinois and Samuel A. Sierra,…

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