CLEVELAND -- Patrol officers involved in the deadly chase and shooting that claimed the lives of two people in November 2012 have been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury.
The Cleveland Police Patrolman's Association says some officers are set to appear at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
CPPA President Jeff Folmer says officers involved in the chase -- as well as officers involved in the shooting -- have been called to appear.
This stems from Nov. 29, 2012, when a 23-minute chase ended with Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell dead after police fired 137 shots at the vehicle they were in.
Last month, Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath says 64 patrol officers have been disciplined for breaking departmental rules in connection with the incident, including speeding, failure to obtain permission to join the chase and insubordination.
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Collectively, the department handed out 178 suspension days, two written warnings and nine non-disciplinary letters of reinstruction to the officers.
The longest suspension handed down was 10 days.
No officers were fired.
Earlier this year, the police department reviewed the supervisors involved in the chase. After disciplinary hearings, 12 supervisors received reprimands. Of that number, nine were suspended, two were demoted and one supervisor was terminated.
McGrath again placed much responsibility on supervisors who did not take charge of the chase.