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Portland Police veteran officer tests positive for COVID-19

The chief says the officer is quarantined outside of the state.
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PORTLAND, Maine — The Portland Police Department's Chief of Police has informed the community that one of their veteran officers has been confirmed to have COVID-19. Chief Frank Clark said that the officer is quarantined out-of-state. 


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