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Ally Miller dials 9-1-1 for around-the-clock police protection

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Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 3:57 pm

District 1 Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller said in a police dispatch recording that the recent publication of her address in a Tucson newspaper has her fearing for her life, in turn prompting her to request around-the-clock police protection.

Miller’s address was printed after accusations surfaced that she had used district money to make road repairs to a street near her home and the homes of some of her campaign donors.  

In the police recording, Miller requests help in having her address removed from the publication. She adds that some of her fear stems from the fact she recently had to have somebody forcibly removed from her office. 

She also tells the dispatcher that District 2 Supervisor Ramon Valadez was responsible for facilitating the release of her address to the news outlet.

Listen to the 9-1-1 call here: http://youtu.be/Z81BUqQSeWA

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