Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
A woman locks up her dog in filth, a suspicious texter and a man with red fingernails this week in the annals of #PatchChicago's crime-n-shame.
The drill will test first responders on the scene of a staged incident.
The suspect reportedly leapt over a counter and displayed a handgun before demanding the cash from a teller at BMO Harris Bank in Homewood.
Few details are available at this time.
The Flossmoor Fire Department is one of 15 in the suburbs that charges for its help.
The suspect robbed the Chase Bank at 3480 W. 183rd St. last week, and is believed to be responsible for several others in the south suburbs.
The suspect robbed the Chase Bank at 3480 W. 183rd St. Thursday, and is believed to be responsible for several others in the south suburbs.
An argument between Gregory Sandifer and his girlfriend escalated to Sandifer stabbing the woman—and his son.
Few details are available about the incident.
The robbery occurred Friday, May 30 at the McDonald's on 183rd Street.
Police have not located the suspect in an armed robbery that occurred Sunday night.
The balloon was spotted on a porch roof on Gottschalk Avenue.
The man died from injuries sustained when struck in the head by steel tubing.
Police said teacher and Flossmoor resident Michael Brown was shot in the back while driving through Harvey Saturday. He was listed in stable condition Monday.
An eerie discovery found in the 1800 block of Terrace Road.
Justin Hamilton, 23, is accused of shooting two south side teens in the head Saturday morning.
The teenage girl allegedly battered a security guard.
The 24-year veteran of the Chicago Department of Transportation was taken into federal custody Wednesday morning.
The embattled former deputy chief was accused of raping a prisoner but instead claimed he had consensual sex with a different woman.