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Monday, August 12, 2013

Dart actually is doing Sheriff duties by taking FOID cards and guns from Felons

CHICAGO (CBS) – A new team from the Cook County Sheriff’s Office has launched an effort to seize guns from thousands of people whose state gun permits have been revoked.

WBBM Newsradio’s Bernie Tafoya reports more than 3,000 people in Cook County have failed to surrender their revoked Firearm Owner’s Identification cards, but Sheriff Tom Dart said most people with revoked FOID cards don’t get rid of their guns ...

Read the whole story on CBS Local. 


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A Cook County Jail correctional officer is being fired after allegations he fatally shot a fellow motorist late last week outside of a Hammond, Ind. casino during what police said was a road rage incident, according to officials with the Cook County Sheriff's Office and the victim's family.Edgar Singleton Jr., 61, has been charged with the murder of Montrell Moss, 23, said sheriff's spokesman Ben Breit in an e-mail. Singleton became embroiled in a dispute with Moss on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 8 and allegedly discharged his weapon, resulting in the man's death, Breit said.The Cook County Sheriff's Office has de-deputized Mr. Singleton and is in the process of terminating his employment, according to Breit.The incident Thursday evening occured about 8 p.m. Thursday outside the Horsehoe Casino in Hammond, according to according to family members of Moss. They said Moss was driving to the Horseshoe Casino to have dinner. He was headed north on Indianapolis Boulevard with his girlfriend in the passenger seat and 3 boys, his son and her two sons, in the back seat.Police say that during the drive, the gold Chevrolet van Singleton was driving cut off the blue Buick LeSabre driven by Moss. Moss's girlfriend told WGN-TV that he threw a full cup of water from a fast food restaurant that hit the van.The driver of the van, later identified as Singleton, then pulled out a 9mm handgun and fired a single shot that shot Moss in the chest, family members and police said.Moss continued driving as his girlfriend gave him first aid, but the LeSabre crashed into a gasoline pump at a nearby gas station, shortly after, Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller said.Moss was pronounced dead at Franciscan St. Margaret Health hospital in Hammond a short while later. His girlfriend was not injured.Police said that while officers were interviewing witnesses at the crime scene, the gold Chevrolet van drove by and a witness identified the van and Singleton as the driver. Police pulled the van over, found the gun and a shell casing, and took the Singleton into custody.Singleton asked officers whether any weapon was found in Moss's vehicle but declined to give a statement, Miller said. The police chief said no weapon was found in the LeSabre.WGN-TV contributed to this report.

Tom Dart to busy to rescue animals and dig up graves he can't even supervis his men

A Cook County corrections officer was ordered held in lieu of $50,000 bail Sunday, charged with forcibly detaining and sexually abusing a 17-year-old girl he met online.Daniel A. Robinson, 39, of the 400 block of Dunleer Drive in northwest suburban Cary, faces felony charges of unlawful restraint and criminal sexual abuse, according to court documents.A judge Sunday set bail at $50,000 for Robinson, who was arrested Saturday, according to court records.He has since been de-deputized and stripped of any law enforcement powers, Cook County Sheriff’s office spokesman Ben Breit said.Robinson’s future employment status with the sheriff’s office remained unclear as of Sunday night.Robinson met the victim on a social media site and then spoke with her via cell phone and Skype, according to Assistant State’s Attorney Oscar Garcia.They made arrangements to meet near her home in the western suburb of Berkeley on June 26, Garcia said.The victim got into Robinson’s car and he began kissing her and touching her breasts, according to Garcia.Robinson, decked out in a shirt with Cook County correctional officer insignia on it, groped the victim and told her it was okay because he is a police officer, Garcia said.He took her back to her residence, Garcia said, and then he loitered about until she went into the apartment building’s laundry room.Robinson followed her in there and continued to grope her, pull her hair, restrain her hands and pull her pants down, according to Garcia.The assault ended when the girl’s stepfather came into the laundry room and Robinson fled, Garcia said.Garcia said the lag between the date of the incident and charges being filed was due to the need to pull phone and internet records.Robinson’s attorney, Kevin Bolger, said in court Sunday that Robinson worked for the department of corrections for the past 15 years, is married and has three children.