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Cedric Crawley, left, a vice chairman of the FOP unit representing youth corrections officers, tried to unseat the chairwoman, Takisha Brown, who has accused him of bank fraud. He is seen here with his wife, Denise Crawley, second from left, and Ms. Brown's predecessor, Tasha Williams, center. Ms. Crawley is a paralegal for the union's former attorney, Ardra O'Neal, second from right, who now represents Mr. Crawley personally.

Cedric Crawley, left, a vice chairman of the FOP unit representing youth corrections officers, tried to unseat the chairwoman, Takisha Brown, who has accused him of bank fraud. He is seen here with his wife, Denise Crawley, second from left, and Ms. Brown's predecessor, Tasha Williams, center. Ms. Crawley is a paralegal for the union's former attorney, Ardra O'Neal, second from right, who now represents Mr. Crawley personally.

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