Kurt Owens

President, Bell Police Officers' Association

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President of the Bell Police Officers' Association, and a patrolman for 23 years

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When Randy Adams was negotiating for 770,000 thousand dollars to be the city police chief, he joked in an e-mail about “taking all of Bell’s money.”

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The Mayor of Bell, Oscar Hernandez, has claimed that City Manager Robert Rizzo earned his $800,000 a year by making the town "a model of financial prudence."

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