Connecticut Mayor Places 2 Detectives On Leave After Botching Investigation Deaths Of Two Black Women

Connecticut Mayor Places 2 Detectives On Leave After Botching Investigation Deaths Of Two Black Women

The mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut, revealed that two police detectives had been put on administrative leave as a result of public anger over the handling of the deaths of two Black women, Lauren Smith-Fields and Brenda Lee Rawls, who were both killed in their homes. Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim issued a statement on Sunday, expressing his condolences to the families of Smith-Fields and Rawls and expressing his disappointment in the Bridgeport Police Department’s leadership, which he described as “inacceptable.” Ganim said he was “extremely disappointed with the leadership of the Bridgeport Police Department and find actions taken up to this…


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