Durham County

August 21, 2014 8:41 PM

Durham report on racial profiling complaints draws crowd

City Manager Tom Bonfield presented his report on alleged police racism at Thursday’s City Council work session, a session so heavily attended by members of the public it had to be moved from the usual Committee Room to the Council Chamber at City Hall.

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