- Mar 29, 2012
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
- Very Conservative
"This is our town; it doesn't belong to the criminals," CPD Supt. David Brown said.
Damn right! Stand your ground! We need more black chiefs like him!
Chicago Police Department (CPD) Supt. David Brown announced the additional backup after damage to businesses resulted in more than 100 arrests in the past week.
"This is our town; it doesn't belong to the criminals," Brown emphasized. He said CPD would extend officers' hours and cancel days off.
"Don't let these criminals run you out of this beautiful city," Brown said, adding, "Our department, our police officers will risk their lives to protect you. Not in our town. Not in our city.
Brown warned that officers would use every method possible to stop looting.
"We are going to deploy all tactics necessary to prevent and stop looting. [That may mean] deploying spike strips to puncture your tires," Brown said,
Law enforcement reported widespread looting and vandalism across Chicago Monday morning. CPD spokesman Tom Ahern said that shots were fired at police, who returned fire. Ahern told the Chicago Tribune that other officers were injured throughout the night.
I'm unsurprised! To Chiraq thugs and BLMatards it's open season on cops!
Hours earlier an officer shooting occurred in the city's Englewood neighborhood. Police said they weren't sure what sparked the looting and violence. The Chicago Transit Authority even suspended all train and bus service Monday to the downtown area at the request of public officials. All but one bridge leading to downtown were raised around 7:15 a.m.
More than 100 have been arrested and at least 42 have been charged with felonies as part of the unrest this week, Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx said.
LOL this Lib trash will only dismiss the charges like she just did the other 25,000 cases that included murder.
But I'm glad Brown is doing everything he can in that Lib cesspool of misery and insanity. He should've stayed in Texas.
Chicago deploying 1,000 extra officers over weekend to deter looting | Fox News