Settlement in 2012 case of North Chicago cop threat against studentLake County News-Sun
Feb. 05, 2014
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The city of North Chicago has settled a lawsuit brought by a woman who said her 11-year-old son was threatened and physically abused by an on-duty police officer.
A civil suit filed in federal court in 2012 claims that a uniformed Casimir “Casey” Rincon walked into South Elementary School, 1812 Morrow Ave., and summoned an 11-year-old student into a hallway, then handcuffed the boy, slammed him into a locker and threatened him for allegedly bullying his son.