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Colorado City police chief 'laid off' Wednesday

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COLORADO CITY, TX (KCBD) -

Colorado City Police Chief Luis Aguilar was "laid off" on Wednesday.

City Manager David Hoover describes him as "A great chief and a good man" and said "he just wasn't a good fit."

Hoover said there are "no ill feelings at all."

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