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Santa Cruz mayor reconsiders shootout damage claim
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (KGO) -- The mayor of Santa Cruz thinks the city should take a second looking at paying for property damage stemming from the search for a heavily-armed cop killer.
Two officers died after being gunned down by Jeremy Goulet on February 26. The search for Goulet led to a small apartment building. Bullet holes riddled much of that complex after officers killed Goulet during a shootout.
The city council has already rejected the landlord's claim of more than $4,900 in damage.
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