Police chief blamed for slow response during Robb Elementary school shooting to join Uvalde City Council

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The police chief at the center of controversy, sparked by officers’ response to the Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas, is slated to be sworn onto the Uvalde City Council next week. Peter Arredondo earlier this month defeated three other candidates, nabbing nearly 70% of the vote in the May 7 election, to claim his seat on the council, according to the Uvalde Leader-News. He also serves as the chief of police for the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District, tasked with overseeing the six-officer police force spanning eight different schools. Texas Department of Public Saf…

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