Two Chicago officers relieved of police authority after shooting
Apparently procedural infraction. The third officer who fired was cleared in that regard. Investigation ongoing. Perp used stolen car as a deadly weapon
July 30 (Reuters) - Two Chicago officers were stripped of their police authority on Friday after a preliminary investigation found they may have violated department policies during a shooting the day before, the department said.
Three police officers shot and killed an 18-year-old man on Thursday after he sideswiped a squad car and another vehicle with a stolen Jaguar he was driving when police tried to arrest him, the Chicago Police Department said in a statement. The man was identified as Paul O'Neal, the Chicago Tribune reported.