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3 officers on leave after 2 police shootings in Fort Wayne

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Three officers in Fort Wayne have been placed on a five-day paid administrative leave following two fatal shootings last week, police said. According to Public Safety Director Rusty York in both cases police were trying to protect others and themselves. He said the leave is a standard procedure in such […]
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