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August 4, 1999
Police Chief Michael Berkow is one of two finalists vying to lead the Charlotte Police Department. Berkow, 44, who took over as South Pasadena's chief in July 1997, confirmed Tuesday that he is a candidate to become police chief of Charlotte, N.C.. He declined to comment further. Charlotte officials have narrowed the field to Berkow and St. Petersburg City Administrator Darrel Stephens, sources said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 1999
Police Chief Michael Berkow is one of two finalists vying to lead the Charlotte Police Department. Berkow, 44, who took over as South Pasadena's chief in July 1997, confirmed Tuesday that he is a candidate to become police chief of Charlotte, N.C.. He declined to comment further. Charlotte officials have narrowed the field to Berkow and St. Petersburg City Administrator Darrel Stephens, sources said.
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October 14, 2009 | Anna Gorman
Luz Maria Diaz knew what happened to illegal immigrants at the Wake County jail. But her teenage daughters didn't. So when the girls were arrested after fighting on their high school campus in September, they freely admitted that they were born in Mexico. Detention officers at the jail checked their immigration status and promptly handed them over to federal authorities. Now Diana, 16, and her sister, Yolanda, 18, are battling to stay in the country. "I never thought this could happen . . . for a simple fight," their mother said.
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