Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Chicago Police Officer Ronald Coleman charged with tampering with a federal drug probe

A Chicago Police officer is charged with impeding a narcotics investigation by warning a longtime acquaintance about a raid on targeted homes on the West Side, according to a federal indictment made public Tuesday.
Officer Ronald Coleman was released on a $4,500 recognizance bond in U.S. District Court, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Coleman was assigned to work with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in 2013 and 2014.
On June 5, 2014, he conducted surveillance of an acquaintance meeting with a heroin supplier at a home in the 1600 block of South Trumbull in the North Lawndale neighborhood, according to the indictment, which didn’t name the acquaintance or the heroin supplier.
Later, Coleman warned his acquaintance to “stop engaging in illegal activity” and that “the police would be searching houses,” the indictment said. On June 12, 2014, Chicago Police officers and DEA agents executed eight search warrants of drug dealers’ homes and their “stash houses,” authorities said in a statement released at the time.
The statement said 27 people were charged in the investigation into drug trafficking by the 12th Street faction of the Traveling Vice Lords street gang. Eight handguns, an AR-15 assault rifle, about $140,000, nearly half a kilogram of heroin, and cocaine were recovered in the searches.
Kenneth Shoulders, who allegedly controlled the Vice Lords’ drug operations around California Avenue and Roosevelt Road, has pleaded guilty to a federal heroin trafficking charge and is awaiting sentencing, court records show.

17 comments:

Mr. SouthSide said...

Dumbass.

Anonymous said...

Should be investigating the west side politicians especially the aldermen and Congressman Danny Davis.
Follow the money.

Anonymous said...

Follow the money. That shit happens out west all of the time.

Anonymous said...

Not Colemen again? Jesus Christ when are they going to fire that guy?

TR3/B test pilot Area 51 said...

Will vote hildabeast..x ten and said he was targeted due to racism but charges will be dropped and he'll be the vice president the University of Missouri and demand all to suck his dick

Anonymous said...

Typical cpd pussy!

Anonymous said...

How much was He payed?

southside tony said...

Who is this William Whitley who is in court today answering charges

Anonymous said...

If they are a CI for you- don't you think they will become a CI for the FEDS the minute they need to.

SGT EDDIE HICKS said...

Corruption among narcotics Officers....shocking...

Aldo Raine said...

And I'm sure his stupid ass put it all on text messages.

Ain't this what you coppers call "the real police"?

Real FUCKING STUPID!!

A paycheck says he's been on the dope dealers payroll for a long time. Any takers?

Anonymous said...

That's what happens when you put these ghetto jagoffs in units. Jus lookin out of him hommies. That whole building took a hit when brown was pulling all these mules in. What's important is he can look the part. Competence and ethics should be overlooked.

Anonymous said...

best and brightest......

Anonymous said...

Wow one of his people ratted on him, now he'll rat on others, that's what the Feds do, turn rats not make cases.

Anonymous said...

He had a lot of peeps.

Anonymous said...

I'll take a blow job and a chance to get a rim job from you Aldo.

Anonymous said...

Ronnie Ronnie Ronnie, so sad.