Crime Stories from June 14, 2020
Perils of police at high speeds spur calls for more reformJun 15, 2020 10:05 AM - Crashes involving Chicago police vehicles that killed retired teacher Verona Gunn last year and a young mother this month highlight the dangers of police speeding to crime scenes or during car chases
Bloomingdale man accused of killing disabled nephew back in IllinoisJun 14, 2020 8:26 PM - Bail was set at $2 million Saturday for a Bloomingdale man charged in the slaying of his blind and disabled nephew, authorities said Sunday.
More than 90 arrested at Armenia protest during clashesJun 14, 2020 10:23 AM - More than 90 demonstrators have been arrested in clashes between police and protesters outside the headquarters of Armenia's national security service
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