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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Alfred Durham
"Our message has always been consistent, constant and clear, that if you see a crime in progress or someone that is acting suspiciously, call 911. Dispatchers will alert police and help will be on the way," Assistant Police Chief Alfred Durham said in a statement posted to the listserv, adding that the department does not condone or advise people to confront or challenge anyone engaged in criminal behavior.
"Officer Bishop's renewed association with Omar Bowman, combined with her knowledge of his illegal activities, makes her unfit to be a Metropolitan Police Officer," Chief Durham wrote.