A secret service agent stands at the gate of President Obama's home. The Secret Service will continue to guard the house, and Chicago PD will stand down.
The police details, put in place after Obama's election last November, will end Oct. 1.
The police department has spent at least $2.2 million so far to keep an eye on the Hyde Park mansion and the federal government has promised to give back more than $1.5 million.
The mayor’s office believed all the money would be repaid, mayoral spokeswoman Jacquelyn Heard told the Tribune, adding that the service’s interruption came as a surprise.