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Chicago police chief, who lowered homicide rate and tussled with Trump, to retire

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson will retire from the department after handling three years of high-profile crimes and a federal probe into police shootings, while also lowering the city's homicide rate from a two-decade high, a police spokesman said on Thursday.
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Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson announced Thursday he will retire at the end of the year, after 31 years on the force, including the last 3.5 years as the city's top cop.

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