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.
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