A woman who stole nearly $1 million from the Field Museum was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison.
Lawyers for the onetime powerhouse politician told a judge Wednesday he could be looking at more serious criminal charges in the coming months.
The decision by the Chicago court marks the first time a federal appellate court has come to that conclusion.
Paul Nusko, 37, has been reporting fires and fake emergencies since childhood, court records show.
The judge said Roberto Uribe risked the safety of others “to line his own pockets” and helped “erode the public’s trust in government.”
Educational consultant Gary Solomon schemed with then-CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett to steer contracts to his business, but the feds snared them both.
It turns out Mayor Rahm Emanuel also has spoken to Shimkus about a replacement for former U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon, who stepped down last week.