We've noticed a bunch of stories like this one at FOX News surfacing at the District levels:
- Doors were broken off their hinges. Furniture was tossed upside down. A woman says Chicago police did all this when they raided her home by mistake.
Seems plainclothes officers are either hitting the wrong houses or the number of negative Search Warrants are skyrocketing. We're wondering how many of these "negative" warrants are the result of pressure being placed on plainclothes teams to serve a so-called "quota" of warrants. We all know that certain teams are required via word of mouth to maintain certain minimal activity numbers to keep their spots. Anyone with insight?
Labels: department issues