Suburban Cleveland Chief Quits in Overtime Scandal

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http://www.cleveland.com/parmapolice/index.ssf?/parmapolice/more/1053509744102760.html Mark Manning, Police Chief in the Cleveland suburb of Parma, stunned City Hall yesterday by abruptly retiring, ending a stormy three-year reign marred by scandals about departmental overtime and sick leave abuse, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Manning said he is leaving to help restore public confidence in his department and persuade voters to rethink their rejection of a crucial police tax. He also cited personal reasons. Manning, 49, is the second top . . .

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