BOSTON (AP) — A Massachusetts police department whose officers are accused of wrongfully arresting a Black man while pursuing a white suspect said Friday that an outside investigation found no evidence of racial profiling.
The town manager for Arlington, a Boston suburb, and its police chief said in an emailed statement that the town intends to “vigorously defend” itself against the allegations made in the federal civil rights lawsuit filed this week.
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