Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez (left) and Deputy Chief Larry Smith respond to questions Thursday. “I really can’t answer to what other people are thinking,” Lopez said when asked about bias claims. “It’s open to individuals what they think.”
Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez (left) and Deputy Chief Larry Smith respond to questions Thursday. “I really can’t answer to what other people are thinking,” Lopez said when asked about bias claims. “It’s open to individuals what they think.” MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com
Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez (left) and Deputy Chief Larry Smith respond to questions Thursday. “I really can’t answer to what other people are thinking,” Lopez said when asked about bias claims. “It’s open to individuals what they think.” MARK SCHULTZ mschultz@newsobserver.com

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