Aldermen endorse $2.9 million settlement for botched police raid on Anjanette Young’s home

It’s happening nearly three years after Chicago Police mistakenly raided the innocent woman’s apartment on the city’s West Side.

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Aldermen endorse $2.9 million settlement for botched police raid on Anjanette Young’s home

It’s happening nearly three years after Chicago Police mistakenly raided the innocent woman’s apartment on the city’s West Side.

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The City Council’s Finance Committee on Monday unanimously endorsed a $2.9 million settlement for Anjanette Young, the innocent Chicago woman who was handcuffed while naked during a botched police raid on her home in 2019.

Reset talks to CBS Chicago’s Dave Savini for the latest in that case, and his investigation into the department’s handling of wrongful raids.

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