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Miami police chief Art Acevedo suspended, expected to be fired

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Miami police chief Art Acevedo suspended, expected to be fired

Miami police chief Art Acevedo suspended, expected to be fired

Miami City Manager Art Noriega has suspended Police Chief Art Acevedo “with the intent to terminate his employment,” according to a statement issued by Noriega.


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