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Topic - Thomas Smith
The St. Paul Police Department is now allowing employees to wear a police-issued hijab headscarf, according to an announcement Saturday.
A 47-year-old man has been sentenced to up to three years in prison for causing the death of a relative after the two brawled outside an upstate New York bar.
Peyton Manning wasn't there for the handoff.
"This is going to be the talk of the office today," says Smith.
The next police academy starts in September, but in the meantime officers on other assignments may be called upon to respond to emergency calls, police Chief Thomas Smith said.