"Short and to the point" is all well and good -- up to a point - Checking my email this morning from the Blue Line train, I saw an ad for CLE presentations planned for the upcoming ISBA/IJA Joint Meeting. One was designe...
3 weeks ago
According to a police report, a Chicago police sergeant spotted Boyd removing [Chester] Slaughter campaign signs and placing them in the trunk of his 2000 BMW near 119th and Halsted streets early on March 19. [Slaughter was one of Boyd's three primary opponents.]What's missing from this account is an essential element that might make Mr. Boyd's alleged conduct into a crime.
Police reported recovering 12 of Slaughter's campaign signs from Boyd's car.
Boyd was arrested on a misdemeanor theft charge, booked at the Calumet District police lockup and released later in the morning after posting $200 in cash for bail.