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Port of Los Angeles police chief pleads not guilty to federal corruption, tax charges

The chief of police for the Port of Los Angeles pleaded not guilty Friday to federal corruption and tax charges.

Ronald Jerome Boyd, 57, of Torrance, was indicted last month in Los Angeles on charges of wire fraud, making false statements to the FBI and tax evasion.

After entering a plea, Boyd was released from custody on an unsecured $100,000 appearance bond by U.S. Magistrate Judge Victor B. Kenton.

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