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Arbitrator: Toledo officers allowed to work at bars
This weekend, after a nearly six-month absence, Toledo bar-goers could see city police officers working outside some of their favorite watering holes. Today, an arbitrator ruled in favor of the Toledo Police Patrolman’s Association stating that a March 26 directive from police Chief William Moton, who ordered the immediate end to off-duty projects outside of businesses where alcohol sales were the money maker, should be rescinded.
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