Vacation delays charges in Chicago cop's death
McCarthy: "Charges are not anticipated in the immediate future" in the death of Michael Bailey
By Lisa Donovan
CHICAGO — Chicago's top cop issued a statement saying "charges are not anticipated in the immediate future'' in the shooting death of off-duty Chicago Police officer Michael Bailey.
The statement from Police Supt. Garry McCarthy's office was sent to media outlets Friday after a Sun-Times report detailing complaints from police officers and others who say charges have been delayed against a suspect - a 24-year-old prison inmate - because Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez is traveling to Hawaii.
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