Tacoma Chief “In Control of Emotions,” Boss Says

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http://www.tribnet.com/news/story/3027621p-3051566c.html Tacoma Police Chief David Brame "appeared under some level of stress, but he was in control of his emotions," city manager Ray Corpuz said after the chief shot his estranged wife and killed himself in a shopping mall parking lot on Saturday. Brame was investigated by the police department in 1989 after a complaint was lodged against him, but Corpuz said he didn't read Brame's complete personnel file before he appointed the then-43-year-old . . .

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