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El Cajon police chief vows transparency amid outrage over fatal police shooting of black man

El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis promised to be “open and transparent” amid outrage and protests over the death of an African American man who was shot by police officers Tuesday. Davis urged the public to let the investigation unfold before making any judgments about the shooting. “Now is the...
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