Suspended police chief also faces suit over bias claim in pit bull attack

MAPLEWOOD — The Maplewood police chief, who was suspended over controversial arrests following a Fourth of July celebration last year, was sued days before the melee over allegations he lied in a police report that led to the wrongful arrest of a Haitian-American man in 2014. The lawsuit accused Chief Robert J. Cimino of lying about…

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