Feds: Others could face charges in police chief beating case

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CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) — A police chief who beat a handcuffed man bloody for stealing embarrassing items from his department vehicle faces more than four years in prison when he is sentenced Wednesday, and federal prosecutors are signaling that charges may be looming for accomplices who helped him cover up the crime. In a […]
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