Broken Blue Line 

Long-simmering resentment in the Eureka Police Department erupts with lawsuits and sleaze

[slideshow-1] At an April 2008 special meeting of the Eureka City Council, which was called to review Police Chief Garr Nielsen's year-old contract, two vastly different depictions of the new chief emerged. Community members voiced support, characterizing him as a forthright and…

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