Catch and Release
- A south suburban man was released Sunday after turning himself in to police the day before in connection with the beating and robbing of an off-duty Chicago police sergeant in the Loop on Thursday.
Brian Williams, 21, of Hazel Crest, was one of four people who were held in connection with the incident, according to a law enforcement source. Williams was released from Area Central detectives headquarters about 2 p.m. Sunday, said his attorney, Max Solomon.
Chicago Police News Affairs had no information from detectives on whether the other three people questioned in connection with the incident were still in custody.
So he flipped? Made a deal? Returned the gun? What did this guy do/give up to walk?
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