A high-ranking Nassau County police official has not been picked to lead the Florida department that sparked nationwide protests last year by failing to charge the accused killer of unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin, according to the city.
Kevin Canavan, one of five finalists for the job, remains a deputy chief of the 2,243-officer Nassau department. He sought to head the 121-officer force...
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