CHICAGO- A deputy caught on tape singing
about his plan to steal ammunition from a sheriff’s shooting range was convicted
of conspiracy to possess stolen ammunition.
William Jarding, 45, was convicted Friday after one hour
and fifteen minutes of deliberations – exactly the time of the tape the jurors
“When they go to lunch, hi, ho!” Jarding is heard singing
on a tape made by FBI wiretappers Nov. 4, 1998, while monitoring the home phone
of corrupt Chicago gang crimes officer Joseph Miedzianowski.
“Hi, ho! There the ammo go,” Miedzianowski sings back.