Rodich

Milo Rodich, retired executive director of the United Way in Pomona, at home with his cat Sparkles. The way Rodich sees it, the police chief was pushed out by a conspiracy – a marriage of convenience between a new mayor with a grudge and a coalition of City Council members intent on punishing Romero for the Police Department's traffic checkpoints.
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( Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times )

Milo Rodich, retired executive director of the United Way in Pomona, at home with his cat Sparkles. The way Rodich sees it, the police chief was pushed out by a conspiracy – a marriage of convenience between a new mayor with a grudge and a coalition of City Council members intent on punishing Romero for the Police Department's traffic checkpoints.

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