Updated: 08/01/2013 10:11 PM
Created: 08/01/2013 10:04 PM KSTP.com
By: Leslie Dyste
Voicemails and emails exchanged between the Minneapolis Police Department and the Green Bay Police Department shine new light on the "firestorm" of controversy that ensued after two MPD cops were caught on video using racial slurs to describe black men and an expletive when referring to the sexual orientation of their openly gay, female police chief.
One voicemail, left by the commander of the Minneapolis Police Internal Affairs Unit, Medaria Arradondo, was left for his Green Bay counterpart, Lt. Kevin Warych, on Friday, July 26 - the day the story broke.
Minneapolis Police Department's Public Information Officer Cyndi Barrington also left several messages on the incident.
Editor's note: KSTP.com edited Barrington's phone number out of the audio of the voicemails.