Jeremy Gorner is a beat reporter for the Tribune's Metro staff, covering the Chicago Police Department. He joined the Tribune in 2006 to cover breaking news for its online news desk. Before joining the Tribune, Gorner covered crime at the now-defunct New City News Service, formerly known as the City News Bureau of Chicago.
- Police Superintendent David Brown in rare disagreement with oversight agency on two police discipline cases
- On the night Chicago police responded to a domestic incident at the ag8亚集团官方网站home of former Superintendent Eddie Johnson last month, his wife told officers Johnson had set some of her clothing on fire and had been physical with her in the past, according to police reports obtained by the Tribune.