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Virginia Chief Involved In Recruit's Death Retires

February 24, 2011  | 

Norfolk (Va.) Police Chief Bruce Marquis will retire April 1, after coming under fire for his handling of the death of a recruit in training and as well as credit card spending, reports WAVY-TV 10.

City Manager Marcus Jones credited Chief Marquis with the ability to get things done, and added that he couldn't think outside his office. The city is now working out a severance package with the former chief.

Read the full story at WAVY.com.

Related:

Virginia Chief On Hot Seat After Training Death

Virginia Police Recruit's Widow Denied Benefits

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