Chicago’s civilian police investigative agency was reviewing a “personnel matter” of an employee who was arrested Tuesday, but later released without charges, on accusations he was involved in the looting of a downtown department store over the summer, officials said.
The employee of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability was arrested shortly before 8 a.m. near 29th Street and Michigan Avenue by members for the Chicago police fugitive apprehension section, police said. Sources familiar with the situation said the person arrested is not an investigator for COPA.
“not an investigator”? So an administrator then?