Ramsey’s decision to stay opens Chicago policing spot for Newark chief

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel has named Newark, N.J., police chief Garry McCarthy as his (second) choice as the windy city’s police superintendent.
    McCarthy will take over the position formerly occupied by Jody Weis, the Associated Press reports. He became the No. 1 candidate after Philadelphia Commissioner Charles Ramsey turned down the offer.

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