Tampering with justice: Police chief interfered in criminal investigation, stayed on job for 15 months

A Minnesota police chief tampered with witnesses and interfered in a criminal investigation into one of his own officers but was allowed to keep leading his department for more than a year, according to city and court documents obtained by 5 INVESTIGATES.

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