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Alfonso Morales files lawsuit against city, Fire & Police Commission

MILWAUKEE — Former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee, the Fire and Police Commission and commission members who voted to demote him to captain in August 2020. The 30-page lawsuit is seeking damages caused by the delay to resolve his first...
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Ousted MPD Chief Alfonso Morales ready to go back to work

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee's former police chief says he's ready to take his job back. "I'm ready to come back to work. In fact, I called this morning for access to my email. I have a lot of things I need to do to start straightening out that department," former Milwaukee police Chief Alfonso Morales said on WTMJ Radio on Tuesday.
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The uncertain future of former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales

MILWAUKEE- Next month, former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales may be back in his old office. Milwaukee County Judge Christopher Foley ruled last week that if the City of Milwaukee cannot reach a settlement agreement with the former chief in 45 days that he be reinstated to his old job. Morales was demoted, and eventually retired, last year.
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Judge: Alfonso Morales will be MPD chief in 45 days unless settlement is reached

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee's ousted former police chief could once again become the city's top cop, under a judge's ruling on Wednesday, May 19. Milwaukee County Judge Christopher Foley ruled Wednesday that former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales must be reinstated to his former position unless Morales' attorneys and the city can reach a settlement. The judge ruled the settlement must be reached within 45 days.
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Former MPD Chief Alfonso Morales demands job back

MILWAUKEE — Former Milwaukee police Chief Alfonso Morales' legal team filed an affidavit Tuesday asking the court to order him to be reinstated. A judge ruled in December that Morales was illegally demoted. On July 20, the Fire and Police Commission issued 11 directives to Morales to follow in a...
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7 employees terminated from MPD sue former police chief Alfonso Morales

MILWAUKEE — Seven former employees of the Milwaukee Police Department, who were terminated from MPD for allegedly no apparent reason in 2019, are now suing former police chief Alfonso Morales, who was responsible for the decision at the time. All seven former employees, who are also former Milwaukee police officers,...
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Lawyer: No resolution over ex-Milwaukee chief Alfonso Morales' ouster

MILWAUKEE — Talks to determine the future of Milwaukee’s former police chief after a judge ruled he was improperly demoted have ended without a resolution. Morales’ attorney Franklyn Gimbel told The Associated Press on Monday that “we were not close to any reasonable settlement terms." He says the nature of...
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WOR: Alfonso Morales death, TLC preview, ROH Final Battle & UFC recaps

Wrestling Observer Radio with Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer is back with tons to talk about including the death of Dr. Alfonso Morales, WWE's TLC PPV lineup, SmackDown, NXT's lineup for Wednesday, AEW and NXT ratings notes, a review of ROH Final Battle featuring Brody King, a review of Saturday night UFC action and more! \
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Judge gives ousted Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales his job back

MILWAUKEE — A judge has given Milwaukee’s ousted police chief his job back, just a day after the board that demoted him selected a new acting chief. Judge Christopher Foley on Friday reversed the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission’s August decision to demote Alfonso Morales, the Journal Sentinel reported. Commissioners...
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BREAKING: Judge reverses FPC demotion of Alfonso Morales

In a ruling made Friday. Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Christopher Foley has reversed the decision made by the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission to demote former police chief Alfonso Morales to Captain. The FPC’s decision on August 6 came after the Commission felt Morales failed to meet 11 directives...