Police officers listen to the press conference as Ft. Lauderdale Police Chief Frank Adderley talks to the media. Five months after an internal affairs investigation of four Fort Lauderdale Police officers began, city officials said Friday a late afternoon press conference will be held to discuss its conclusion.
Police officers listen to the press conference as Ft. Lauderdale Police Chief Frank Adderley talks to the media. Five months after an internal affairs investigation of four Fort Lauderdale Police officers began, city officials said Friday a late afternoon press conference will be held to discuss its conclusion. Mike Stocker Sun Sentinel
Police officers listen to the press conference as Ft. Lauderdale Police Chief Frank Adderley talks to the media. Five months after an internal affairs investigation of four Fort Lauderdale Police officers began, city officials said Friday a late afternoon press conference will be held to discuss its conclusion. Mike Stocker Sun Sentinel

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