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Re-enactment of deadly November 2012 police chase set for this weekend

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

This weekend investigators plan to re-enact that deadly Cleveland police chase and shooting that left two unarmed suspects dead.

East Cleveland Police Chief Ralph Spotts, tells 19 Action News that the city will block off the area around Heritage Middle School this Saturday morning for the deadly chase re-enactment.

The chase took place in November of 2012.

Cleveland officers fired 137 shots killing Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell.

Saturday members of the state's Bureau of Criminal Investigation will play out scenes where the chase ended.

13 Cleveland officers fired their guns in the chase.

Dozens of officers have already faced punishment and they could still see criminal charges.

The prosecutors office is expected to rule on that soon.

CPD meantime will officially announce on Thursday changes to the departments pursuit policy.

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