Fla. chief reviews policy on cop guns in cars after theft
By Henry Pierson Curtis
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ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando police Chief Val Demings took full responsibility for the theft of her gun as new details emerged Wednesday.
The pistol disappeared almost a month ago from an agency vehicle parked in her driveway, but the crime did not become public until a tipster contacted the Orlando Sentinel late Tuesday.
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