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Nearly two-and-a-half years after the shooting of Tamir Rice, Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams just disciplined two city workers for their roles in deadly incident.
Patrol Officer William Cunningham will be suspended without pay, for two days, for working unapproved secondary employment at the Cudell Rec Center and for submitting an untruthful report in connection with a Use of Deadly Force investigation.
Dispatcher Constance Hollinger will serve an eight-day suspension. Investigators found Hollinger failed to tell the responding officers that the 911 caller said the gun is “probably fake” and suspect is “probably a juvenile”.