Chicago Police officers investigate a shooting where a man was shot multiple times as he sat in a vehicle July 27, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Joshua Lott/Getty Images/AFP
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Two Chicago officers involved in a shooting that left a suspect dead were relieved of their police powers even as the case is still being investigated, police say.The officers may have violated departmental polices in the shooting of 18-year-old Paul O'Neal of Chicago, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Friday in explaining why Superintendent Eddie Johnson relieved the officers of their police powers. He added that the department is still reviewing the actions of a third officer involved in the shooting. One issue that the department and IPRA must address is whether officers followed department policy by shooting at the vehicle.
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