The Nation

The police chief of Hialeah, Fla., took early retirement amid an investigation by Dade County and FBI agents into corruption in the Miami suburb, a spokeswoman for the city said. Police Chief Cecil Seay, 59, four police officers and two members of the City Council are under investigation in connection with cocaine trafficking, murder plots and bribery plans that included public officials in Hialeah, according to the Miami Herald, and involve businessman Alberto San Pedro, described by the Herald as "the corrupter of Hialeah."

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