Former Chicago officer sentenced for taking bribes
CHICAGO — A federal judge has handed down a two-year prison sentence for a former Chicago police officer accused of steering work to tow truck drivers in exchange for bribes.
Fifty-year-old James Wodnicki was sentenced Monday. Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Donovan says he's the sixth Chicago police officer sentenced as a result of Operation Tow Scam.
Wodnicki pleaded guilty in March and admitted calling a tow truck driver when a traffic accident happened so the driver could respond to the scene before competitors.
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