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Bi-State To Be Investigated, Belmar Not Resigning

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(St. Louis, MO) -- St Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says there is going to be an investigation into the claims made by Bi-State that St Louis County officers did not do their duty while on security patrol on the MetroLink. Belmar also said that he will not be resigning despite Metro’s call for him to leave his position.

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