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Opa-locka Police Officer Helps Lead Department He Was Once Fired From

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Opa-locka Police Officer Helps Lead Department He Was Once Fired From

Opa-locka Police Officer Helps Lead Department He Was Once Fired From

Fired from the Opa-locka police department five years ago, Officer Sergio Perez has been promoted to lieutenant and is now temporarily in charge of running its operations.

Perez is one of two lieutenants sharing responsibilities to run the department.

Katie Johnston reports.


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