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Palo Alto toasts 'Downtown' Sandra Brown

Original post made on Dec 13, 2011

After nearly a quarter century of patrolling the streets, testifying at trials, and counseling students, "Downtown" Sandra Brown is stepping down. The popular police lieutenant was recognized for her distinguished career Monday night.

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Posted by Perky
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 13, 2011 at 12:30 am

Knew it was coming but you will be sorely missed! Thanks for all your exceptional service to the City, to the volunteers, and all the wonderful folks at the PAPD. You are one of a kind! Enjoy your retirement!!!


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