Chicago rocked by night of looting and violence after police-involved shooting. Chicago's Magnificent Mile is mobbed by rioters after a man is shot by police in the city's Englewood neighborhood.
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Videos circulating online show widespread looting and clashes with police across Chicago’s Magnificent Mile shopping district early Monday, sparked by an officer-involved shooting hours earlier ...
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- Greg Norman
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Aug 10, 2020 · Dramatic video captured the moment a car was used as a battering ram to smash into a Chicago storefront early Monday during ongoing clashes between looters and police.. The footage published by ...
Chicago police announced the situation was yet continuing early Monday and could not present details about specific incidents or numbers of arrests. Videos posted to social media shared footage of large crowds breaking windows and entering stores along the Magnificent Mile.
Prosecutors approved 43 felony charges in connection with looting across Chicago earlier this week, and city officials laid out a series of plans Friday that they say would prevent future incidents.
Aug 15, 2020 · The Chicago Police Department has added 1,000 more officers to city streets following the mass looting in the city's downtown and neighborhoods earlier this week, Supt. David Brown said.
Chicago’s Magnificent Mile was trashed as large, organized crowds smashed windows and looted businesses. According to Chicago Police, the looting that began late Sunday and continued overnight was coordinated on social media and there were even reports of a U-Haul truck as the looting continued for hours.
Aug 30, 2020 · All of this amounts to a historic pattern of perpetual, systematic looting of Chicago’s Black community. As of Aug. 13, at least 42 people had been charged with felonies in the alleged looting ...
r110 yes, Chicago is so large/long that the crime are really confined to specific areas. Now, last night we had store looting. Actual residents weren't attacked or shot so it's not like the crime around Garfield Park or the South Side. I live in Lakeview I didn't even hear about this until I pulled up Twitter this afternoon.