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