Chicago Will Pay $20 Million in Police Misconduct Case

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The city of Chicago agreed to pay $20 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the families of two young men killed in a fiery drunken driving crash caused by an off-duty police detective. The agreement to pay $10 million each to relatives of Andrew Cazares and Fausto Manzera was reached in dramatic fashion after it was revealed that key documents involving an alcohol-fueled bar fight in detective Joseph Frugoli’s past had been improperly withheld . . .

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