He appeared to be an easy mark — a homeless ex-con with almost 100 arrests.
the drug dealers used him to move their cash around from spot to spot.
And two Chicago police officers used him, too, authorities said. But
instead of working him for information to get to the bad guys, the
officers stole drug proceeds from the courier and then paid him for
tipping them off to the opportunity, according to federal charges
What the two veteran officers, Sgt. Ronald Watts
and Officer Kallatt Mohammed, didn't know until their arrests Sunday
night was that it was all a sting set up by the FBI.