Police Major Leonard Ricelli talks to Cutler Bay residents, fellow officers and town council members on Sept. 25 during the town’s first police community forum in the council chambers at Cutler Bay’s town hall.
Police Major Leonard Ricelli talks to Cutler Bay residents, fellow officers and town council members on Sept. 25 during the town’s first police community forum in the council chambers at Cutler Bay’s town hall. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Police Major Leonard Ricelli talks to Cutler Bay residents, fellow officers and town council members on Sept. 25 during the town’s first police community forum in the council chambers at Cutler Bay’s town hall. Town of Cutler Bay Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Police have dialog with Cutler Bay residents, officials

September 28, 2017 11:11 AM

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