City Council Holds Hearing On Botched Police Raid At Anjanette Young’s Home

The officers involved in the 2019 raid are now on desk duty until the Civilian Office of Police Accountability finishes its investigation.

Chicago police car
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Chicago police car
Bill Healy / WBEZ

City Council Holds Hearing On Botched Police Raid At Anjanette Young’s Home

The officers involved in the 2019 raid are now on desk duty until the Civilian Office of Police Accountability finishes its investigation.

Chicago’s City Council held a hearing Monday morning to learn more details about the wrongful raid on Anjanette Young’s home near the West Side. The hearing comes as lawmakers and community leaders call for swift police reform in Chicago and Illinois.

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