Dallas PD Chief: A private man in a most public job
By Scott Goldstein
The Dallas Morning News
Several weeks before he was named Dallas police chief, David Brown played a round of golf with his regular playing partners at a Lancaster club.
After they finished, Brown hung around in the parking lot for a few minutes, chatting with his pals, including Dallas Police Community Affairs Manager Levi Williams. Then the 49-year-old veteran cop got in his car and left.
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