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Chief Officer: Chief Officer Attacked a Woman at an Abortion Rally, Should Be Dismissed

Police chiefs in the capital of Rhode Island have recommended that city officials charged with attacking women during an abortion protest lose their jobs. Patrolman Jean Lugo said, “The disturbing, terrible, assault and non-professional behavior during off-hours has distrusted your name and damaged the proud reputation of the Providence Police Department.” Clements wrote in a five-page document outlining the results. Results of an internal investigation announced on Tuesday. Lugo, 35, was charged with simple assault and chaotic behavior in connection with a conflict at the State Capitol on Friday.