Live from Luo's: Episode 7, Tom Weitzel

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On Episode 7 of Live from Luo's, Brett McNeil and Bob Uphues interview Riverside, Illinois, Police Chief Tom Weitzel, touching on a wide range of topics, from police-involved shootings in suburban Cook County to police training, his own experience of having been shot in the line of duty, Cook County's bail reform effort and its effects and his department's use of social media to connect with the public.

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Brian Sieben  

Posted: January 28th, 2018 7:14 PM

I grew up a few blocks from there and remember that restaurant was Yee Chinese Restaurant. Where is the Yee restaurant now?

Steven Lifka from Brookfield  

Posted: January 27th, 2018 2:43 AM

I found all this information very interesting I wish I was there to here all of this. Good job Tom Weitzel.

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