911 Dispatcher Suspended Eight Days in Tamir Rice Case

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Cleveland officials handed down an eight-day suspension for a 911 call taker who didn't relay that Tamir Rice was "probably a juvenile" and that the airsoft pellet gun he had was "probably fake," reports Cleveland.com. Constance Hollinger faced up to 10 days without pay. Hollinger initially denied accusations that she did anything wrong, but Police Chief Calvin Williams found that she violated . . .

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