Rahm Emanuel's top Water Department employee busted with prostitution Sting.
Brian Tierney is an Operating Engineer for the City of Chicago Department of Water Management. He works under Paul E. Hansen son of former Alderman Bernie Hansen, a former trash man made superstar thanks to Alderman Tunney. The North District is the home of heroin deals, pay to play for overtime, bribes and non-stop criminal activities. In fact, get a DUI, cry to Rahm and get promoted!!! Brian is not a bad guy, but if Rahm is paying guys over $100,00.00 per year, you got money for high class prostitutes. Brian Tierney has got high class clout, so he might be able to cover this up. So lets see what Mr. Bresnahan and Mr. Powers have to say about this crazy non-sense. Lets watch what the Mayor of Chicago says before the election. Let's hear what Michael Tierney says. This is conduct unbecoming. Joe Ferguson of the Chicago Inspector General can not cover this up again. Folks, the Chicago Sun-Times stopped publishing these type of stories when Rahm ordered them to.
Seven Chicago area men were arrested Feb. 5 in Wilmette in an undercover sting operation offering prostitution in advertising on social media, police said.. 19 men arrested in Lake County prostitution stingLake County Crime19 men arrested in Lake County prostitution According to Wilmette police, a multi-jurisdictional task force targeted prostitution through various social media networks. Investigators set up a fake prostitution advertisement and directed would-be customers to a specific room at the Residence Inn, 3205 Old Glenview Road, police said. Five area police departments and prosecutors were involved in the sting operation, police said. "All arrests took place in Wilmette," said Wilmette Deputy Police Chief Kyle Murphy. "In the past we've partnered with these other jurisdictions when they've run prostitution stings. This time, we took a turn." Tose arrested Feb. 5 include Don Karger, 53, of 9040 Kedvale Ave., Skokie; Eduardo Romero, 30, of 7035 N. Ridge Blvd., Chicago; Mark L. Rumbolt, 40, of 329 Custer Ave., Evanston; Stavros C. Sellas, 38, of 2214 N. Rockwell St., Chicago; Samir Husetovic, 50, of 7521 W. Brown Ave., Forest Park; Vasil Lizarov, 24, of 1720 Palm Drive, Mount Prospect; and Brian Tierney, 44, of 5812 N. Octavia Ave., Chicago, police said. According to police, the seven suspects were arrested after allegedly offering an undercover police officer money in exchange for a sex act. All seven offenders were each charged with one count of solicitation of a sexual act, police said. Each suspect is expected to appear in court at 1:30 p.m. March 24 at Cook County's 2nd Municipal District Courthouse in Skokie. The undercover operation included participation from the Cook County State's Attorney's Office and the Evanston, Skokie, Lincolnwood and Oakbrook Terrace police departments, police said. Murphy declined to comment on which social media websites police targeted. Residence Inn officials cooperated in the investigation, he said. "They were very helpful in offering up their facility to assist our investigation," Murphy said.