Cleveland DEA Chief On “Limited Duty” In Probe

The top U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent in Cleveland has been placed on limited duty amid allegations that he searched a law enforcement database for personal use, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Reginald Cheney, 47, has led the office since 2001, producing major heroin and cocaine arrests with a small office of nine agents. This
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