Chief of police among several local residents who ran in Boston




After two bombs exploded within seconds of each other near the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon this week, leaving three dead and 183 injured, a grieving city is still asking why a beloved annual event was ripped by violence.
Thousand Oaks Police Chief and Westlake Village resident Randy Pentis was at the race to represent his Cops Running for Charity group.
Pentis has run in marathons all over the world with other officers from Ventura County and has so far raised more than $200,000 f...

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