Minneapolis firefighter arrested after drug search at fire station

Police arrested a Minneapolis firefighter and two others after a narcotics search at the worker's fire station. Police say it's part of an ongoing investigation. The Minneapolis fire chief issued a written statement saying such actions by an individual can 'cast a shadow on the whole department.'
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Police arrested a Minneapolis firefighter and two others after a narcotics search at the worker's fire station. Police say it's part of an ongoing investigation. The Minneapolis fire chief issued a written statement saying such actions by an individual can 'cast a shadow on the whole department.'

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