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3 Grand Rapids officers suspended over footwear

The Grand Rapids Herald-Review reports the three officers each submitted expense reports over $200 -- for what turned out to be shoe purchases. The three officers face close to a month of suspension.
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The Grand Rapids Herald-Review reports the three officers each submitted expense reports over $200 -- for what turned out to be shoe purchases. The three officers face close to a month of suspension.

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