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Old 02-13-2018, 03:57 PM  
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Chicago police commander shot to death at Thompson Center in Loop

This happened today, directly across the street from my office.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...213-story.html

Chicago police commander shot to death at Thompson Center in Loop



A high-ranking Chicago police officer died after he was shot Tuesday afternoon while assisting a tactical team responding to a robbery at the Thompson Center, sources said.

The officer, identified as a commander, was shot a little before 2 p.m., according to chief Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. The officer was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and has died, sources said.

Guglielmi would not confirm the death or identify the officer.

Sources said a suspect was arrested and taken to Area Central police headquarters.

Noreen Janko said she was walking back to her office building across the street from the Thompson Center when she heard shots.

“I heard the gunshots go off, about five shots, and then the stairs there to the pedway, I think they have the guy cornered because they lock those doors down there,” Janko said. “So they took him with shackles and then they put him in the squad. Then the ambulance came, about five minutes (later) they brought out a guy who was shot. He was on the stretcher, there was blood and they were doing (CPR).

“I was walking down the street and I heard ‘pop pop pop pop pop,’ ” Janko said. “And I said to the girl next to me, ‘Is that what I think it is?’ And she said ‘Yep.’ I said ‘Aw geez.’ And everybody is scurrying all over and I see the police head to the stairs there. There’s a stairwell there. And it goes downstairs. I heard that the door is locked there. It used to be a pedway, but now, for security reasons they have it locked.”

“Anyway, so they had him cornered and eventually they brought him up the stairs and put him in the squad,” Janko said.

As officers gathered at Northwestern, Supt. Eddie Johnson sent out an email to members of his department: "Today, our department suffered a tragedy that it is difficult to comprehend. This afternoon, a CPD commander was shot while assisting fellow officers. Information is still coming in at this time, but I wanted you to know as soon as possible. We will provide additional details as they come. Please take the time to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Stay safe."

Outside the emergency room entrance, about a dozen plainclothes officers gathered in the middle of Erie Street. A number of marked and unmarked police and Chicago Fire Department vehicles, some of them with emergency lights flashing, were parked outside.

A uniformed officer hugged another officer in the middle of the street.

At the scene of the shooting, officers stretched crime tape from City Hall to the Thompson Center. A police command van arrived at 2:25 p.m.

Federal agents and Illinois state police joined Chicago detectives. Onlookers crowded the corners, and people at times had to dodge falling ice. Many workers said they could not get back into the buildings.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:33 AM   #76
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I live in a nice neighborhood (75th and Wornall) that is going to shit because people are goddamn burglarizing houses in broad daylight. Low-class scumbags smoking pot in the picnic areas in the park, which someone was found shot dead in their car in a few months ago.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:43 AM   #77
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Was watching the news this morning about a taxi that was carjacked last night then involved in a fatality crash a few minutes later outside my wife's work on Chicago Ave. She said the taxi was still on the sidewalk this morning. The carjackings here are out of control.

Sad news about the police officer, he seemed like a legit good dude. RIP
Hadn't heard about that. But you're right - carjackings are way up, everywhere.

Although I really fail to understand why anybody would want to steal a taxi.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:45 AM   #78
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Well, the cops finally appear to be gone, but there were six or seven security guards standing in front of my building this morning. WTF? This was clearly an isolated incident and the shooter is in custody.

I guess it's supposed to make all the panicky sheep feel better.
I'll be in Chicago for St Patrick's Day weekend staying at the W on the Loop. Hopefully shit has calmed down by then.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:53 AM   #79
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I'll be in Chicago for St Patrick's Day weekend staying at the W on the Loop. Hopefully shit has calmed down by then.
You should be fine - just stick to the popular areas and be aware of your surroundings. As I've said, shootings like this are extremely rare, but there are always scumbags out there who'll be looking to grab your phone or your wife's purse and disappear before you even realize what's happened.

And, of course, plan on leaving with far less cash than you had before you got here.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:59 AM   #80
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Hadn't heard about that. But you're right - carjackings are way up, everywhere.

Although I really fail to understand why anybody would want to steal a taxi.
If you press the R2 button while driving a taxi you can make a little bit of money picking up fares.
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Old 02-14-2018, 10:01 AM   #81
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If you press the R2 button while driving a taxi you can make a little bit of money picking up fares.
Or robbing the people who get in the backseat, I guess. Apparently I don't think like a criminal. But if I was going to steal a car, I'd steal one nicer than a taxi.
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Dude, it's completely nice. The people who live here are great. The houses are nice. Kids run up and down the street.

The criminal element that lives a few blocks to the east is infiltrating the neighborhood, though.

It's pretty sad.
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Dude, it's completely nice. The people who live here are great. The houses are nice. Kids run up and down the street.

The criminal element that lives a few blocks to the east is infiltrating the neighborhood, though.

It's pretty sad.
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Well, the security guards in front of my building - apparently they're here with a film crew shooting a scene from the TV show Chicago PD. Building management just sent an email out because people were freaking out over it after the events of yesterday.

You can't make this shit up.
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Dude, it's completely nice. The people who live here are great. The houses are nice. Kids run up and down the street.

The criminal element that lives a few blocks to the east is infiltrating the neighborhood, though.

It's pretty sad.

My son lived of 76th Terrace and Wornell. Seemed like most people were good folks, lots doing little fix ups on the houses. He said Halloween was a hoot with the eastsiders 14-16 yers old out trick or treating. He got out when the crime and break ins started to escalate. And Public Housing was close by and the crime and drug element was oozing out of there. To bad shitty people make things bad for others.
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You should be fine - just stick to the popular areas and be aware of your surroundings. As I've said, shootings like this are extremely rare, but there are always scumbags out there who'll be looking to grab your phone or your wife's purse and disappear before you even realize what's happened.

And, of course, plan on leaving with far less cash than you had before you got here.
Oh yea this is my 3rd trip to Chicago, my brother lives in Oswego.

We are making our annual trip to Trump tower to have drinks at Sixteen whilst enjoying having Trump as our POTUS.
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Oh yea this is my 3rd trip to Chicago, my brother lives in Oswego.

We are making our annual trip to Trump tower to have drinks at Sixteen whilst enjoying having Trump as our POTUS.
Well, enjoy. If I'm not getting paid to be here, I'm elsewhere.

I should get over to Trump Tower one of these days, though. I can't see from my office - it's blocked completely by another building - and I never have any reason to go over there. But it's only a few blocks away.
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It wasn't really as much an attempt at derailment as much as a reminder but it can be perceived as both I suppose.

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Oh, here's your cop killer:



I thought he'd be Irish. Just kidding.

https://chicago.suntimes.com/chicago...olice-officer/

Repeat felon charged in shooting death of Chicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer

A repeat felon with a decades-long rap sheet was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder of a police officer in the fatal shooting of Cmdr. Paul Bauer.

Shomari Legghette, 44, is also charged with aggravated use of a weapon by a felon and drug possession, officials say.

Legghette is accused of shooting Bauer multiple times in a stairwell at about 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Thompson Center.

Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said at a news conference that Bauer was “executed.”

“He didn’t turn the other way and let somebody worry about it,” Johnson said of the hero cop.

Earlier that day, Bauer, who was wearing his uniform, had attended “active shooter” training in handling mass shootings. He was planning to meet later with aldermen at City Hall to discuss his efforts to quell violence in his Near North District.

Bauer was unable to fire his weapon during a struggle with Legghette in the stairwell, police said.

Bauer had spotted Legghette after he heard police radio traffic from tactical officers who were chasing him through the Loop. Legghette matched the description of a suspect running in a long, fur-lined coat, police said.

The officers wanted to talk to Legghette about a shooting on Lower Wacker Drive on Friday afternoon. Someone in a car had fired at a car traveling in the opposite direction, but no one was hit.

Police said they don’t know whether Legghette was involved in that incident but wanted to see if he knew anything about it.

Legghette had evaded the pursuing officers when Bauer spotted him on the street running south on Clark toward the Thompson Center and City Hall, police said.

The two men struggled in a staircase at the Thompson Center, and witnesses and an audio recording from a nearby taxicab showed seven shots were fired, police said.

The other officers came running to the scene and immediately arrested Legghette, who was found with drugs, wearing body armor and with a semiautomatic handgun with an extended clip with 30 rounds of ammunition, police said.

Police radio traffic on Tuesday afternoon described Bauer as being “off duty,” but a police spokesman said he was, in fact, on duty.

Legghette’s adult criminal record includes convictions for armed robbery, resisting a correctional officer and felony drug possession.

In 1998, he robbed a Forest Park couple in their driveway. Legghette claimed he was urinating when an acquaintance nicknamed “Trouble” pointed a pistol at a man in his car and ordered his wife to turn over her valuables.

Legghette was arrested after getting away in a car and running from police. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison for the holdup, according to documents in his unsuccessful appeal.

More recently, Legghette was charged in 2014 with selling heroin to a man. Five baggies of the drug and $138 were found on him. He was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison.

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx stressed the weight of the charges against Legghette.

“There is no more serious offense than the killing of a police officer in the line of duty,” she said.

On Wednesday, a Sun-Times reporter visited Legghette’s last listed address in the 4700 block of South Champlain.

A man on the block identified himself as Legghette’s father but wouldn’t give his name. Asked if had any comment on the pending charges against Legghette, he said, “Did he shoot the police?” before walking inside.

Of Bauer, Johnson said: “This department didn’t just lose an exemplary police officer, the city lost a piece of itself and a family lost a loving father and husband.”

With his voice cracking, Emanuel offered his support to Bauer’s wife and daughter.

“Erin and Grace, we love you,” he said. “To the Bauer family, to the family of CPD, on behalf of the 2.8 million Chicagoans, we are holding you in our hearts. We will see to it that Paul’s legacy of public service, of decency and duty lives on.”

Bauer, 53, lived with his wife and 13-year-old daughter in the Bridgeport neighborhood. He was the distant cousin of Officer Martin Darcy Jr., who was fatally shot in the line of duty in 1982, authorities confirmed.

Bauer’s killing was the first time an officer has been shot to death in the line of duty since 2011.

Bauer is remembered for his efforts to reach out to residents of his district to hear their concerns about crime. He was outspoken in his views that the criminal justice system isn’t doing enough to lock up repeat offenders.

Not a lot is known about Legghette’s background, except for his criminal record.

News stories say he played high-school basketball for Dunbar Vocational, with 23 points and eight rebounds attributed to him in one game in 1991.

But people who know Legghette say he didn’t stay on the basketball team through his senior year and was basically in trouble since then.
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