Four police officers charged with perjury in Glenview drug case

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Four police officers have been charged with perjury for providing false testimony and lying under oath during a court hearing on a Glenview drug case in 2014.

Chicago Police Sgt. James Padar, Chicago Police Officer William Pruente, Chicago Police Officer Vince Morgan and Glenview Police Officer James Horn are charged with felony perjury “and other related charges,” according to a statement from the Cook County state’s attorney’s office.

All four officers are scheduled to appear in bond court Monday at the Leighton Criminal Courts Building in Chicago.

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