Dallas Police Chief Dodges Bullets to Keep His Job

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DALLAS -- Dallas Police Chief David Brown's been hearing it from the police unions lately. But the Latino  Law Enforcement Organization is holding out a bit.

“We're not taking a stance right now,” said union leader George Aranda.

But with a rising crime rate and two unions calling for Brown's resignation, what's the next step for the top cop? Fire him?

For now, the unions say they're not taking it that far.

In the meantime, there's no end to the drama at the cop shop. But will everyone be able to work together, to stop the drama on the streets?