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Chicago Police Officer Richard A. Rizzo has been arrested four times in the past seven years, but thatís not enough to get him fired from the department. Rizzo has been arrested for domestic battery, child endangerment and aggravated assault with a gun. Yet while members of the general public are expected to pay fines or go to jail, prosecutors have dropped charges against Rizzo each and every time.