CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - A fundraising website is shutting down the efforts of a Chicago police officer's family who are looking to raise money for his bond.
DNAinfo.com Chicago captured a screen shot of a GoFundMe page allegedly created by Officer Jason Van Dyke's wife.
Van Dyke is charged in the first degree murder of Laquan McDonald, a black teenager who was shot to death in October 2014.
A woman named Tiffany wrote, "My husband is having a bond hearing and if we do not raise the money he will be detained on 11/24/15," the post read. "With the holidays approaching our husband and father needs to be home with his family."
DNAinfo.com Chicago says Van Dyke wasn't mentioned by name, but public records show his wife's name is Tiffany and details in the post match details of this case.
GoFundMe removed the page for violating its terms of service and refunded more than $10,000 in donations.
The page had a fundraising goal of $80,000.
Read more on DNAinfo.com Chicago.