traffic stops of black drivers in Ladue fell to fewer than 900 during Larry White's tenure as chief, compared to 1,300 the year prior to that and 1,100 after White was ousted.While the numbers appear to prima facie support White's account, Ladue's current chief lawman Rich Wooten told the radio station those numbers are also affected by how many officers are deployed.
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