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FBI official to head Chicago police force

Nation in Brief / ILLINOIS

November 30, 2007|From Times Wire Reports

Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley picked a Philadelphia FBI official to lead a Police Department tarnished by allegations of misconduct and abuse.

J.P. "Jody" Weis, 49, was named to succeed Police Supt. Phil Cline, who announced his retirement this year. The City Council must approve Weis' appointment.

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