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    CHICAGO (CBS) — Four people are in custody after an incident in the parking lot of Sky Zone in Orland Park, police say. According to Orland Park Police, the department is investigating an “isolated, domestic related incident involving a firearm,” that happened in the parking lot. No one else is believed to be involved in the incident, police said in a Facebook post. No one was injured in the incident.
    NEW LENOX, Ill. (CBS) — The New Lenox Police Department stood accused Wednesday of dumping a man in a dark, desolate parking lot after he was treated at a hospital for a mental health episode. Body cam video shows officers dropping off Qusai Alkafaween in Orland Park. The 24-year-old college student from Jordan had just been discharged from Silver Cross Hospital. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Jurors Uncomfortable Watching Graphic Video Of The ShootingIt was December, and Alkafaween had no coat and no cellphone. An officer is heard asking Alkafaween if he knows where he is going as they are about to drop him off, and he says no. The officer says, “You live in Orland Park, right?” and Alkafaween asks, “You want to help me with that?” READ MORE: Building Custodian Michael Craig Called 911 Saying Wife Had Knife To His Throat, But Craig Was The One Shot And Killed By PoliceThe officer says, “This is as far as I can take you right now.” After walking for 30-minutes, Alakafaween wandered into traffic and was hit by a car...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Federal investigators say when David Johnson put his extended clip 9mm pistol to the head of an Orland Park man, he ordered the driver to give him the keys and not to move. Within seconds they say Johnson was on his way in the black Mercedes and the carjacked owner was left standing in front of his own house unharmed.Johnson, the alleged thief, was on court supervision when it happened.It started on a quiet south suburban street just before 5:30 p.m. this past Friday. A man was in his Mercedes in front of his own house when suddenly police say 25-year-old Chicagoan David Johnson "opened the drivers door and pressed the muzzle of a handgun to the side of his face."Data shows this kind of crime is not uncommon; it has happened 268 times so far this year in Chicago alone, almost triple compared to the same period of time in 2020.Authorities say Johnson sped off in the Mercedes and was spotted by Oak Forest police officers on patrol a few minutes later. He allegedly careened the...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A Chicago man has been charged in connection with a carjacking in Orland Park Friday. According to the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, David Johnson, 23, has been charged with one count of carjacking. RELATED: LOCATED: Norbert Serd, 93, Reported Missing In Plainfield The victim was sitting in his parked car on Friday, outside of his Orland Park home, when the offender, identified as Johnson, pointed a gun at the victim’s head and demanded the keys. RELATED: 68-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Struck In Head By Bullet While In Car In Bridgeport Officials said Johnson stole the vehicle and drove it to Morgan Park, where he crashed into another car. “Johnson then fled on foot and fired a shot at an Oak Forest Police officer who was pursuing him, the complaint states,” Officials said in a written statement.  “Chicago Police officers arrested Johnson a short time later.” MORE: 30 Years Ago On CBS 2: Walter Jacobson Experiences Homelessness Firsthand For 48 Hours In Mean Street Diary A preliminary hearing was set for Feb. 26 at...
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. -- A Lynwood man has been charged in connection with a shooting that injured two people Wednesday in south suburban Orland Park.Dareaun D. Taylor, 22, faces two felony counts of attempted murder for a shooting near 143rd Street and Will Cook Road, Orland Park police said.A woman, 31, and a man, 23 suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting, police said.Taylor was allegedly driving in a Ford Fusion with tinted windows and spoked rimmed wheels, and passing traffic on 143rd street in order to catch up with the victim's vehicle, police said.Once at the red light for Will Cook Road, Taylor's vehicle pulled up alongside the victims and fired multiple shots into the passenger side of their vehicle, police said.Officers found the victims nearby at 14301 Pinewood Drive with multiple gunshot wounds. They were taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and have since been released.Identifying the Ford led police to Taylor, who they determined was one of the suspects in the shooting.Taylor, a convicted felon, was on parole for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.Taylor was...
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (WLS) -- Two people were injured in a shooting Wednesday afternoon near a day care in south suburban Orland Park.The shooting happened near 143rd Street and Will Cook Road, Orland Park police said."Upon preliminary investigation, it appears to be two vehicles involved potentially in a road rage incident,' said Orland Park Police Chief Joseph Mitchell.A 31-year-old woman and 23-year-old man from Blue Island were taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn with non-life threatening injuries.The shooter left the scene, heading north in a black Ford, possibly a Ford Fusion, with spoke wheels, no front license plate, and dark tinted windows, police said."The occupants within the vehicle shot approximate seven rounds into the gray Hyundai resulting with two people being struck," Chief Mitchell said.Police said the shooting was targeted and there is no danger to the general public. No further details have been released. The Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this report
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (CBS) — A man and woman were shot and wounded in a road rage incident in Orland Park Wednesday afternoon, police said. Officers were called to 143rd Street and Will-Cook Road at 12:19 p.m., police said. Police said shots were fired from a black vehicle – possibly a Ford Fusion – toward a gray Hyundai. The man and woman in the Hyundai were both struck, police said. The victims were taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The assailants fled the scene heading north on Will-Cook Road. The car had dark tints and no license plates, police said. Also From CBS Chicago: ‘You’re Already Labeled As A White Supremacist Gun Person:’ Antioch Police Video Of Kyle Rittenhouse After He Shot, Killed Two People In Kenosha Warning: If You Get A 1099-G Form, And You’ve Never Applied For Unemployment, You May Be A Victim Of Fraud Chicago Heights School District 170 Already Has 400 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses For Teachers, Staff
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (CBS) — A man was arrested in connection with two package thefts in Orland Park Tuesday after police received numerous tips. At 10:30 a.m. this past Thursday, a homeowner spotted a man on her Ring camera taking a recently-delivered package from her front porch, Orland Park police said. It turned out that another homeowner on the block had also had a package stolen from the porch. Orland Park police posted the Ring video onto their Facebook page, and numerous tips came in on subsequent days, police said. On Tuesday, police arrested William Riviera in the two thefts. Initially, it appeared that Riviera might be giving the appearance that he was a police officer with a badge hanging around his neck, but it turned out he was actually working as a process server in the area, police said. Also From CBS Chicago: System Glitch Has 2 Chicago Walgreens Locations Giving COVID-19 Vaccines To People Who Aren’t Eligible, Tipsters Say Grandmother Speaks After Video Shows Her Being Carjacked At Knifepoint In Chicago Lawn After Finding Controversial Novel On...
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (CBS) — A man captured on a Ring doorbell camera in Orland Park appears to be a police officer in first glance, but he isn’t. The real police in Orland Park said the man is using the appearance with a badge star around his neck as a ruse to steal packages. The Ring camera captured the man in action as he casually walked up to a home on Antelope Lane on Friday – just moments after a delivery truck pulled away. A second house on the same street was also hit. Police said the man might be driving a Kia Sorento. Anyone with information is asked to call Orland Park police at (708) 349-4111. Also From CBS Chicago: Struggles Exacerbated On Magnificent Mile With Gap, Macy’s Leaving, But Advocates Say Reinvention Will Come Mayor Lori Lightfoot Wants To Reopen Restaurants And Bars ‘As Quickly As Possible’ To Reduce Risk Of Underground Parties Schererville, Indiana Family Is Poised To Be Evicted For Having Too Many Children
    An Illinois police chief is retiring 39 years after he stopped an assassin’s bullet intended for former President Ronald Reagan with his chest. Tim McCarthy was part of Reagan’s Secret Service detail at the Washington Hilton Hotel when Reagan was shot in a lone-gunman assassination attempt on March 30, 1981. After retiring from the Secret Service, McCarthy became the police chief in Orland Park. He announced his retirement this week, saying that after 26 years on the job in the Chicago suburb, he wanted to spend more time with his wife, children and grandchildren. His retirement date is Aug. 1. "It has been a great career," the 71-year-old McCarthy told WLS-TV on Wednesday. "I would do it for another 10 years but family, at some point, comes first." Ronald Reagan waves just moments before he was shot on March 30, 1981. Secret Service Tim McCarthy is on the right in the photo, wearing a business suit and striped tie. (White House Photographic Collection) HOW AN ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT CHANGED RONALD REAGAN'S PRESIDENCY -- AND HISTORY Would-be assassin John Hinckley Jr. fired off...
    1 of 3Tim McCarthy, Orland Park Police Chief and former Secret Service agent who was wounded protecting President Ronald Reagan in 1981, stands alongside Gov. Pat Quinn in July 2012 during a press conference in Illinois. McCarthy is retiring Aug. 1, 2020 according to the village of Orland Park. McCarthy has served as chief since 1994. (Dom Najolia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP)1 of 3Tim McCarthy, Orland Park Police Chief and former Secret Service agent who was wounded protecting President Ronald Reagan in 1981, stands alongside Gov. Pat Quinn in July 2012 during a press conference in Illinois. McCarthy is retiring Aug. 1, 2020 according to the village of Orland Park. McCarthy has served as chief since 1994. (Dom Najolia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP) ORLAND PARK, Ill. (AP) — A suburban Chicago police chief who was wounded in the assassination attempt on then-President Ronald Reagan is retiring after nearly half a century in law enforcement. Tim McCarthy, who has served as Orland Park’s police chief for 26 years, is retiring Aug. 1. McCarthy, 71, said he wants to spend more time with his...
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (AP) — A suburban Chicago police chief who was wounded in the assassination attempt on then-President Ronald Reagan is retiring after nearly half a century in law enforcement. Tim McCarthy, who has served as Orland Park's police chief for 26 years, is retiring Aug. 1. McCarthy, 71, said he wants to spend more time with his wife, children and grandchildren. “This has been absolutely a great run,” McCarthy told the Chicago Tribune. “Time catches up to you. Sometimes you have to turn to family, and it’s time.” In 2016, McCarthy became the first recipient of the Chief of Police of the Year award given out by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police. Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau said in a news release that McCarthy “has provided steadfast and dependable leadership to the men and women of the Orland Park Police Department throughout this entire period.” Prior to becoming Orland Park's police chief, McCarthy served for eight years in the Secret Service’s Presidential Protective Division and 14 years as a criminal investigator. In 1981, he was shot...
    ORLAND PARK, Ill. (WLS) -- A southwest suburban police chief who was shot during the assassination attempt on former President Ronald Reagan is retiring after decades in law enforcement.Timothy McCarthy, who served as Orland Park's police chief for 26 years, is planning to turn in his badge next month. The 71-year-old is looking forward to spending more time with his wife of 47 years and their children and grandchildren."It has been a great career," McCarthy told ABC7. "I would do it for another 10 years but family, at some point, comes first."This ends a 48-year career in law enforcement, including working for the U.S. Secret Service.McCarthy spent 8 years assigned to the Presidential Protective Division in Washington, D.C. In 1981, he was shot in the line of duty while protecting President Reagan during an assassination attempt."I turned toward where I thought the shots were coming from, attempted to make myself as big as I could and lo and behold, I was hit right in the chest," he said.McCarthy said he had a great relationship with President Reagan and his wife...
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