Baltimore police employee fired, questioned in homicide case



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The Baltimore Police Department fired a civilian employee who is now a person of interest in a homicide investigation. Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison confirmed the official's termination at an unrelated news conference Wednesday. City police identified the official as Dana Hayes, who served as the chief of fiscal services, which is the No. 3 position in BPD's fiscal division. A department representative told the 11 News I-Team that Hayes was hired on April 11.

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