Lawyer cheated south suburb out of $1 million

Mar 8, 2010 Full story: WBBM-AM Chicago 9

A longtime municipal attorney is alleged to have stolen at least $1 million - and perhaps as much as $3 million - from the village of Calumet Park, where he grew up, according to prosecutors and others familiar with the matter.

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United States

#1 Mar 8, 2010
Im sure he is not the only one!! The King and Prince of cal-park better be getting their stories straight. Maybe the citizens can have some justice.
GOOD JOB

United States

#2 May 7, 2010
Operation ''Cookie jar getting closer? When you steal you go to jail. GOOD JOB!!!!!!!
The Watcher

Chicago, IL

#3 May 15, 2010
Typical Lawyer..They can't help themselves.

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#4 May 15, 2010
He should make like Pagano & remove himself from the gene pool.
Anonymous

Chicago, IL

#5 Jun 10, 2010
and it goes on wrote:
Im sure he is not the only one!! The King and Prince of cal-park better be getting their stories straight. Maybe the citizens can have some justice.
Absolutely, Mark McCombs didn't do that by hinmself and actually the papers reported 3.2 million was recovered from the attorney's office that he worked at. The milked the citizens of Calumet
Park and saw them as a "Cash Cow" with all of the bogus fines that Mark McCombs instituted on them. Since Calumet Park recovered the money from a felonious act shouldn't the fines that Mark McCombs be rescinded?
Oh my

United States

#6 Jan 6, 2012
Tired of Cal Park PD wrote:
<quoted text>Absolutely, Mark McCombs didn't do that by hinmself and actually the papers reported 3.2 million was recovered from the attorney's office that he worked at. The milked the citizens of Calumet
Park and saw them as a "Cash Cow" with all of the bogus fines that Mark McCombs instituted on them. Since Calumet Park recovered the money from a felonious act shouldn't the fines that Mark McCombs be rescinded?
WOW!!!!!
trustee not

United States

#7 Jan 6, 2012
Someone had to sign for McCombs to be able to get the money,like Buster or Tom.the excuse of I just singed without reading is like DUH,buying a car for a dollar then getting it totaled out wow.speaking of a cash cow,is the village money still going to Disneyland or maybe other trips look for money that has been mishandled for the reign of Borch and some of the old trustee that is still in office,more then one person said yes to wild spending
Crooks

Chicago, IL

#8 Oct 19, 2012
Who approved the checks?
Who signed the checks?
Jeremy

Montréal, Canada

#9 Oct 21, 2012
America would be a lot better off if they prohibited lawyers from running for any kind of political office.

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