‘We were able to work it out’: U.S. Marshals release new details on the surrender of Mayor Jackson’s grandson
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CLEVELAND — U.S. Marshals say they were able to work with Mayor Frank Jackson on coordinating a surrender of his grandson, who is facing felony charges, for an alleged assault on his girlfriend. U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott told Fox 8 he contacted Mayor Frank Jackson to discuss either having the Marshals track down his 22-year-old grandson Frank Q. Jackson or allowing him to surrender. “The media was camped outside of his home so I thought the best way to handle [


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