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    Officer Aaron Brown was fired in 2018 after he was also accused of messaging about 'intentionally damaging property while executing search warrants' A New Hampshire police chief is refusing to reinstate a fired cop accused of sending racist messages about shooting black people to his wife on his work cellphone after an arbitrator said he should get his job back.  Officer Aaron Brown was fired in 2018 after he was also accused of messaging about 'intentionally damaging property while executing search warrants'; an investigation into that claim by the Strafford County Attorney's Office said there was not enough evidence to file criminal charges.  Then in August last year an arbitrator said Brown should get his job back, arguing his punishment...
    Another arbitrator upheld the St. Paul police chief’s decision to fire an officer who failed to intervene in an assault outside Checkerboard Pizza back in 2018. In explaining his decision, which was issued earlier this month, the arbitrator said there was “preponderant evidence” to prove officer Robert Luna made several “false statements” about what happened and also “failed to act” at the scene, both of which violated the departments’ policies and rules. Chief Todd Axtell fired Luna as well as four of his colleagues last June after an internal affairs investigation determined that they stood by when the assaults broke out in June of 2018. Tou Cha, who resigned as a St. Paul officer in 2005, was involved in the...