The Rev. Eugene Klein, left, and his attorney, Thomas Anthony Durkin, walk into Dirksen U.S. Courthouse on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, in Chicago. Klein pleaded guilty to charges of trying to help convicted mobster Frank Calabrese Sr. recover a rare, ... Arizona Daily Star, 3 weeks ago
In case featuring mobster and violin, a priest pleads guilty - Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
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Federal authorities last week returned to the home of a Chicago teen accused of trying to travel to join the Islamic State and seized several cellphones and computer equipment apparently belonging to his siblings who are minors and have not been ...Chicago Tribune, 2 days ago Terror investigators revisit home in teen's Islamic State case Stars and Stripes, 2 days ago
Arlington Heights Company And Its Owner And Employee Charged With Illegal Export And Import Of Military Articles
CHICAGO — An Arlington Heights company, its president, and a former employee were indicted on federal charges for unlawfully exporting and importing military articles, including components used in night vision systems and on the M1A1 Abrams ...United States Department of Justice, 2 weeks ago
CHICAGO − A man who allegedly sex trafficked an underage girl by force was charged in a criminal complaint in U.S. District Court in Chicago. The defendant, ALLEN C. IROEGBULEM, 24, of Roselle, Illinois, was charged with sex trafficking of a ...Noodls, 2 weeks ago
It's been almost seven months since Cynthia Lane's 19-year-old son was fatally shot by Chicago police officers on the city's West Side, and she still has yet to learn a single thing about the investigation. She doesn't know the names of the ...Chicago Tribune, 1 day ago
Dressed in a gray suit jacket and wearing his clerical collar, Klein admitted working with Calabrese associates in a bid to recover a purportedly valuable violin hidden by Calabrese in his Wisconsin vacation home. The violin, however, was never ...Chicago Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Hidden in religious materials, the note was a treasure map of sorts, leading to extraordinary loot — an 18th-century Stradivarius violin once owned by Liberace that Calabrese had purportedly hidden behind the wall of his Wisconsin vacation home ...Chicago Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Two brothers from Chicago's West Side who infiltrated the top echelons of the notorious Sinaloa cartel while working undercover for U.S. authorities were each sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday for smuggling at least 71 tons of cocaine and ...Chicago Tribune, 1 month ago
For a couple of drug dealers from Chicago's West Side, twin brothers Pedro and Margarito Flores had hit the big time by November 2008, negotiating a heroin deal over the phone in Mexico with none other than Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the notorious ...Chicago Tribune, 1 month ago
Sam Hurd's felony charges for intent to distribute cocaine clearly threaten the 26-year-old Chicago Bear's future. Less obviously, they may seriously impact other players, teams and the league itself. According to CBS Chicago, Hurd sold drugs to a ...SI.com, 2 months ago
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