NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. – A new audio recording gives some insight into a confrontation between North Chicago police and a man who died after he was in custody.
Darrin Hanna’s family says the recording helps prove police caused his death.
The interim police chief in North Chicago says it is an ongoing investigation. But Hanna’s family says they are filing a federal lawsuit in light of the new audio tape.
Lake County’s state’s attorney says there’s not enough evidence that officers crossed the line, and did not file charges.
North Chicago’s interim police chief says the department’s internal investigation should be done next week.
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