Medaria Arradondo (Police Chief) Bio-Wiki, Age, Wife, Married, Kids, Salary, Net Worth

Medaria Arradondo
Medaria Arradondo

Medaria Arradondo Biography and Wiki

Medaria Arradondo is an American law enforcement official serving as the Chief of the Minneapolis Police Department in the US State of Minnesota. Medaria is the first black chief of the Minneapolis Police department. He was chief of police during the high-profile police custody death of George Floyd and subsequent widespread protests and destruction.

Medaria Arradondo Age and Birthday

Arradondo was born in 1967 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. He is 54 years old as of 2021. His exact birthday is under review and will be updated soon.

Medaria Arradondo Height

Medaria is of average stature, He stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.

Medaria Arradondo Education

Arradondo attended and graduated from Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis. He later continued his studies at Finlandia University (then called Suomi College), a private Lutheran University in Hancock, Michigan.

Medaria Arradondo Family, Parents, Siblings

Attempts to establish his parents’ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. He was raised up in Minneapolis, Minnesota alongside his nine siblings. This section is under review and will be updated soon when established.

Medaria Arradondo
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Medaria Arradondo Wife and Kids, Is He Married?

Moving on to his marital affairs, the outstanding officer is very private since no record of his relationships is available to the public. It’s therefore not clear if he is single, married, or in a relationship. We are keeping tabs and we will update her partner’s details soon when revealed.

Medaria Arradondo Net Worth

Medaria Arradondo has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as the Chief of Police.

Medaria Arradondo Career

Arradondo joined the MPD in 1989 as a patrol officer in the Fourth Precinct and rose up through the police ranks until he was named the inspector for the First Precinct. Medaria and four other African-American officers sued the department alleging discrimination in promotions, pay, and discipline in 2007.

Medaria stopped the practice of low-level marijuana stings due to complaints about racial disparities and codified the relationship between police and emergency medical service providers (EMT). He also authorized banning Philadelphia-style tailgating.

Arradondo was chief of police during the high-profile murder of George Floyd and subsequent widespread protests and destruction. He fired all four officers involved, which was a historic decision, and later directly addressed the family of George Floyd.

Medaria had testified on Day 6 of Chauvin’s Trial. He believes there is no justification for the former police officer to keep his knee on George Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes.

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