Tenn. targets take-home vehicles for officers


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By Jacqueline Koch
The Chattanooga Times Free Press

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — By the beginning of September, Mayor Ron Littlefield plans to make good on his campaign promise to outfit all Chattanooga police patrol officers with take-home cars.

How the city and police department will come up with the last few cars has yet to be determined, said Richard Beeland, the mayor's spokesman.

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