Sanford officials reject resignation of police chief in Trayvon Martin case
ORLANDO, Fla. (MCT) — A decision by the Sanford City Commission on Monday to reject the resignation of embattled Police Chief Bill Lee — just a month after it voted “no confidence” in him — left critics of the police department’s handling of the Trayvon Martin shooting disappointed and angry.
Lee offered his resignation to City Manager Norton Bonaparte just hours before a City Commission meeting Monday afternoon. Bonaparte told commissioners that the resignation of the chief, who last month stepped aside temporarily, would help the city “move forward” after weeks of racial tension and heated rallies.
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