Rochester Police Chief, Entire Command Staff Retire After Mayor Enlists 'Elders' to Serve As Human Shields Against ThemChris Menahan
Sep. 08, 2020
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Rochester Police Chief La'Ron Singletary and his entire command staff announced their sudden retirements on Tuesday, just two days after Mayor Lovely Warren announced a plan to enlist "elders" to serve as human shields for "protesters" who rioted for days, attacked police, attacked diners at restaurants and set fire to a black-owned business.
Rochester Police Chief La'Ron Singletary released the following statement:
Today, after 20 years of dedicated service to the Rochester Police Department and the Rochester Community, I announce my retirement from the Rochester Police Department. For the past two decades, I have served this community with honor, pride, and the highest integrity."Rochester Police confirmed Tuesday Chief Singletary, Deputy Chief Joseph Morabito and Commander Fabian Rivera announced their retirements. Deputy Chief Mark Simmons and Commander Henry Favor will return to previously-held lieutenant ranks," 13 WHAM reported.
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