Guzman Pleads Not Guilty to Burglary Charges

Enrique Guzman, the former Northbrook police officer, resigned from his post amid charges of residential burglary in January.

Enrique Guzman, the former Northbrook police officer who resigned from the post amid charges of residential burglary, pleaded not guilty to all charges at the Skokie courthouse on Monday, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Guzman also told Judge Garritt Howard that he understands his responsibility to appear for every court hearing in this case, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Guzman was arrested after the FBI placed three hidden cameras in a home he was dispatched to investigate, the Chicago Tribune reports.

The camera footage caught Guzman entering a bedroom and pocketing a jewelry box with a fake diamond ring, which the FBI also planted, according to the Chicago Tribune. 

He was released on a $30,000.00 bond and turned in his firearms, FOID card, and passport and placed on electronic monitoring as conditions of his bond, according to the Village of Northbrook.


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