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Arby's CEO comes to Broward to meet police union officials after cop controversy

Arby's CEO comes to Broward to meet police union officials after cop controversy

The CEO of Arby's flew to Broward County to meet with police officials Friday after a controversy over an alleged denial to serve a sergeant at one of the fast-food chain's restaurants. The company confirmed that it fired manager Angel Mirabal, 22, and put clerk Kenneth Davenport, 19, on "temporary paid leave." A spokesman for the Atlanta-based Arby's Restaurant Group declined to say how long Davenport's leave would last. A statement released Friday from the company on behalf of Paul Brown, chief executive officer of Arby's Restaurant Group, said he was in South Florida to give free meals to any officers who accepted the company's conciliatory...

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