Chicago police move to prevent cops from stopping man who says he has been detained more than 60 times over mistaken identity

CHICAGO — Chicago police have moved to prevent officers from continuing to stop a man who sued the department last week, alleging that he’d been detained more than 60 times in the last 15 years by cops who mistook him for man with the same name and birth date named in an arrest warrant downstate. After Darren Cole sued the city Thursday, Chicago police officials contacted Marion County authorities, who withdrew the warrant, according to Marion Moore, a lawyer for the city, who spoke at an online federal court hearing Monday. The department also sent a message to all officers indicating that Co…

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