Nearly seven years later, two Chicago police officers face firing for roles in fight allegedly sparked by racial slur
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CHICAGO – Two Chicago police officers who sat on desk duty for nearly seven years while under investigation for a fight in a downtown parking garage allegedly sparked by the use of a racial slur face firing from the department, records show. Late last month, Chicago police Superintendent David Brown moved to dismiss officers Marc Jarocki and Michael Kelly on several allegations, including failing to come to the aid of a third officer involved in the fight. That officer was left badly beaten and had his gun taken. The officers facing firing allegedly failed to promptly call 911 or anyone from t...