Longtime MDPD employee dies following COVID-19 battle

A longtime employee at the Miami-Dade Police Department has died after battling COVID-19, officials said.In a tweet posted Saturday morning, the law enforcement agency confirmed that Robert Gonzalez had passed away.https://twitter.com/MiamiDadePD/status/1332702238121320450Gonzalez was a micrographics supervisor and served MDPD for 28 years.

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