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Grand Rapids police chief to retire at end of July

6:57 PM, Mar. 13, 2013
Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Lewandowski
Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Lewandowski
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After five years with the Police Department, Chief Dave Lewandowski will retire at the end of July, he said Wednesday, a day after notifying members of the Town Board.

"This has been kind of planned for probably the past six months or so," Lewandowski said in an interview Wednesday with Daily Tribune Media. "I think I've done what was ...

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