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Guzman Denied Electronic Monitoring Relief

A Cook County judge denied the former Northbrook police officer's request to remove a home monitoring device he was fitted with after his arrest on residential burglary charges.

Cook County judge Timothy Chambers denied Enrque Guzman's request to have his electronic monitoring device removed so he could seek work and attend acting auditions, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Guzman's attorney said the former cop would plead not guilty at his March 18 arraignment at the Skokie courthouse, according to the Chicago Tribune.

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Guzman, a former Northbrook police officer, resigned from the police department in early February after FBI caught him stealing from a home, on camera.

The former cop asked a Cook County judge on Friday to remove him from electronic home monitoring so he can audition for acting gigs and look for other jobs, according to the Chicago Tribune. 

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