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Mayor Pugh Says She Met With Widow Of Slain Baltimore Detective To Discuss Case

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Mayor Pugh Says She Met With Widow Of Slain Baltimore Detective To Discuss Case

Mayor Pugh Says She Met With Widow Of Slain Baltimore Detective To Discuss Case

Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh revealed Wednesday that she and new police commissioner, Darryl De Sousa, recently met with the widow of Det.

Sean Suiter to discuss his murder investigation.

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