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September 10, 1986

A charge that the University of San Francisco police chief violated a restraining order by chasing his former wife at high speed in his patrol car was dropped when a Hayward municipal judge decided the order was not in effect at the time. Raymond Clark, 40, a former president of the Black Police Officers Assn., was arrested last June 23 by Hayward police. Judge Gary Pincetti found that the restraining order had expired Nov. 1, 1985. Clark's attorney said the chief was pursuing Brenda Clark "to talk to her about their son."

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