Schaumburg Police Detectives John Cichy, Matthew Hudak and Terrance O’Brien Face Felony Drug, Armed Violence Charges in DuPage County Today

Federal DEA authorities arrested three Schaumburg Special Investigations Bureau police officers on multiple drug-related and/or felony charges today, Wednesday, January 16, 2013. The officers, identified late Wednesday/early Thursday morning were booked January 16, 2013. John Cichy, Matthew Hudak and Terrance O’Brien were booked at DuPage County jail.

The police detectives John Cichy, Matthew Hudak and Terrance O’Brien are scheduled to appear in DuPage County Court today.

Schaumburg Police reported Wednesday night that the Village of Schaumburg has launched an internal investigation into the actions of the police officers, and that the three Schaumburg Police officers have been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of a criminal investigation being carried out by the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office.

SUSPECTS/DUPAGE COUNTY INMATES: Schaumburg Police Detective Photos …

JohnCichy
John Cichy (DuPage County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement photo).

CHARGES:
manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
calculated criminal drug conspiracy
crim drug conspiracy-manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
official misconduct- perform forbidden act
theft-unauthorized control with intent to deprive-$10,000<$100,000-in school/worship/govt burglary MatthewHudak
Matthew Hudak (DuPage County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement photo).

CHARGES:
manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
calculated criminal drug conspiracy
crim drug conspiracy-manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
official misconduct- perform forbidden act
theft-unauthorized control with intent to deprive-$10,000<$100,000-in school/worship/govt burglary TerrenceOBrien
Terrance O’Brien (DuPage County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement photo).

CHARGES:
manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
armed violence – commits felony with category I weapon
manu/deliver controlled substance – cocaine – 100 but less than 400 grams
official misconduct- perform forbidden act
theft of stolen property – $10,000 < $100,000 from school or place of worship burglary


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