Despite DUI convictions, ex-deputy keeps job, could retire with full pension

He’s had a revoked driver’s license for more than 20 years. He’s been convicted twice of DUI. And he’s facing trial for a third DUI. He’s Alberto Aguirre, 57, a former Cook County sheriff’s deputy who lost his power to arrest and carry a gun. But he hasn’t lost his $70,500-a-year job.


West Side alderman rips Emanuel for missing Shamiya Adams’ funeral

“He should have been there,” said Ald. Jason Ervin (28th). “The message needs to be sent that this is one city. There are no unimportant parts of Chicago.” Ervin’s West Side ward includes the West Garfield Park neighborhood, where Shamiya was gunned down by a stray bullet fired by an alleged gang member.

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