INTERVIEW: Police Chief Talks About MPD Investigation
There are new developments Monday in the case of two Minneapolis police officers accused of using racial and sexual slurs in Green Bay.
The chief of the Minneapolis Police Department says she's considering referring the case to FBI.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau sat down KSTP to talk about the investigation.
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