Sneed: Chief Anthony Riccio tapped to be CPD’s second in command

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Anthony Riccio, chief of organized crime for the Chicago Police Department, talks at a news conference last year about the crackdown on cell phone theft. | Fran Spielman/Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times columnist Michael Sneed is told Chief Anthony Riccio, head of the Chicago Police Department’s Organized Crime Bureau —which handles gangs and narcotics —has been tapped to become the CPD’s second in command, replacing retiring First Deputy Chicago Police Superintendent Kevin Navarro.


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