A former Loves Park business owner is sentenced for his role in trying to block an open police investigation.
Thomas Caputo used to own Gia's. He was charged about a year ago for threatening a witness. Loves Park Police confirmed at the time, that they were investigating a shooting that happened at the restaurant November 25th. Investigators wouldn't say if the charges stem from that shooting. Caputo pleaded guilty to attempted unlawful communication with a witness. He was ordered to pay fines of $1,000 and he'll be on conditional discharge for 24 months.
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