Former Schaumburg Cop Sentenced For Stealing Drugs

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    A former suburban Chicago police officer accused of operating a drug ring with two colleagues was sentenced to 24 years in prison.

    Former Schaumburg Officer Terrence O'Brien pleaded guilty Friday to unlawful possession of a controlled substance, official misconduct, burglary and armed violence before DuPage County Circuit Judge Blanche Hill Fawell.

    The 47-year-old O'Brien was arrested last year along with 30-year-old John Cichy and 29-year-old Matthew Hudak for allegedly stealing drugs seized by police and selling them through a street dealer. Among the drugs allegedly sold was marijuana and cocaine.

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    Officers Terrance O Brien, Matthew Hudak, and John Cichy have been held since their arrests January 16. Phil Rogers reports.

    Authorities became aware of the scheme in January 2013, when an informant told investigators in a neighboring community he had been asked to sell drugs given him by police.

    DuPage County prosecutors say cases against Cichy and Hudak are pending.

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