Tucson police chief resigns after death of suspect

Tucson’s police chief offered his resignation today. Chief Chris Magnus said he was willing to step down after a video was released of an incident that led to the death of a suspect in police custody. We got more on the story from Jim Nintzel from Tucson local media.

 

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