Detroit's new top cop demands truth, accountability
By Jeff Gerritt
Detroit Free Press
DETROIT — Wayne County Sheriff Warren Evans, expected to be named as Detroit's new police chief today, is vowing to run an open, transparent and responsive department.
As a result, Evans said in an exclusive interview with the Free Press on Sunday, Detroiters can expect to see crime stats rise, at least in the short-term.
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