Not that this is anything out of the usual expected behavior, but usually, they keep it closer to home:
- For Ald. Jason Ervin, who represents a large swath of Chicago’s troubled West Side, drug activity in the area hits particularly close to home.
That’s because until recently, Ervin owned what police and others portray as a “drug house” in nearby Maywood.
During the decade or so that Ervin owned the three-flat at 1600 W. Madison in the Near West suburb, police were called to the property or the immediate vicinity roughly 150 times, often for drug-related incidents, but also for gunshots, assaults, trespassing and thefts, among other matters, according to records from the Village of Maywood.
Things that make you go, "Hmmmmm."
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