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An Oklahoma police chief was found dead inside a hotel room in Florida – and his underling has been arrested in connection to the allegedly alcohol-fueled slaying, officials said Tuesday.
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Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller's lifeless body was discovered shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday inside his Hilton hotel room on Pensacola Beach in the Florida Panhandle, where the top cop and 49-year-old Det. Michael Patrick Nealey had been arguing, said Escambia County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Amber Southard.
The pair had traveled from the small town to attend a law enforcement conference. Mannford, which is roughly 20 miles west of Tulsa, boasts a population of approximately 3,200 people.