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In three public hearings, residents said they supported creating separate unions for the rank-and-file and the supervisors.
An avid volunteer and choir bass, Oman died from injuries sustained while training.
"The way I engaged with constituents last night on Twitter did not meet the standards I hold for myself and the Office of Community Safety team," said Cedric Alexander, who is two months on the job, in a statement Friday.
A half-mile radius surrounding a North Side intersection, home to the embattled Merwin Liquors and a Winner Gas station known as the "murder station," is where nearly one out of every 10 killings citywide has taken place since 2010, according to a Star Tribune analysis.
It's the latest attempt from law enforcement leaders and elected officials to convince the public they have a handle on the problem.
An officer was injured during the incident Tuesday on NE. Fifth Street.
The spree of overnight shootings left two dead and seven injured Thursday night and early Friday.
A group of thieves has stolen more than 100 cell phones in downtown Minneapolis over the past 10 months in a violent scheme that targets victims' financial apps, police say. Two men have been charged.
Activists question the police's narrative of events and are calling for a third party to investigate.
"It would be a lie and a sin for me to accept a plea deal," Thao said.