Columns by Joe Hosey
It was almost like that time he announced he was pulling the police department out of the Tri-County Auto Theft Task Force before realizing that, no, he couldn’t do that either.
After all, O’Dekirk might be somewhat grateful Esqueda leaked the video when he did.
Another letter from the mayor might be in order.
You might even say he was aided and abetted in keeping the alley open.
It's taken him 14 years, but Vaughn has since come up with another, possibly less ridiculous version of what happened in the SUV.
Now, this new investigation Raoul announced the other day is supposed to take a look at “possible patterns or practices of unconstitutional or unlawful policing by the Joliet Police Department,” which sounds like it could be pretty serious.
The shuttered water park would be great for synchronized swimming and regular swimming and diving and water polo, as long as there aren’t too many semitrailers parked in the lot and the athletes are able to get into the facility.
This time, they got the Brandon Road bridge fixed in a matter of days, but let’s see how long this lasts.
If O’Dekirk’s right, that there is in fact a war on the police, then it seems impossible that the conflict is underway anywhere within the boundaries of Will County.
Now a block party, on its face, may not sound particularly terrible. In fact, the one planned for the prison looked like it might even have been quite a bit of fun.