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Broward prosecutors never knew about Hallandale chief's stalking case

Broward prosecutors never knew about Hallandale chief's stalking case

Five years ago, the Miramar Police Department failed to send a stalking case involving Hallandale Beach's current police chief, Dwayne Flournoy, to the Broward State Attorney's Office. While that decision violated no state law, it left the agency responsible for prosecuting wayward law enforcement officers in the dark about the allegations, said Chief Assistant State Attorney Jeff Marcus. "We only know what we get," he said. "If there are criminal allegations of a police officer, those should be brought over. It's not mandatory. We want to see them. But we can't require them." It's too late now, Marcus said, because the statute of...

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