Authorities recover stolen car belonging to Cleveland police chief’s son

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EUCLID, Ohio — A stolen car belonging to the Cleveland police chief’s son has been recovered in East Cleveland, according to police.

Sources say the car was taken while the driver was at a gas station in Euclid Saturday. On radio broadcasts, a dispatcher can be heard saying the silver 2011 Impala was Cleveland Police Chief Williams’ son’s car and it had a loaded 9 mm gun under the seat.

Euclid Police Lt. Mitch Houser said the car was found in East Cleveland at around 9 p.m. Monday. The gun was reportedly gone, but the holster remained.

The investigation is still ongoing.

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