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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Kim Dine
It was reasonable for officials to reroute a Capitol Police tactical squad away from the Washington Navy Yard rampage amid concerns about possible threats to the U.S. Capitol after the officers got stuck in traffic, according to a report released Friday that defends the decision.
Frederick Police Chief Kim Dine is leaving the city police force to assume control of U.S. Capitol Police next month, officials announced Wednesday.
Dine said in an email to the department that the report "will truly help our Department moving forward."
"Everyone's intentions were the right intentions 'cause they're the type of people who want to go," Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine said in an interview. "That's what they want to do. We respect that and appreciate that."