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Byline: David Angier
Oct. 27--PANAMA CITY -- You can't call David Slusser "chief" any more, no matter how natural it seems.
He's no longer the Panama City police chief. He's no longer the Monroe, N.C., police chief. He's a consultant, living on the beach.
"I got back in Panama City in March of this year," Slusser said. "I'm living in a small condominium on the beach and loving every minute of it."
He spent 31 years in law enforcement: 11 as Panama City's police chief before retiring in July 2004 and five months as chief in Monroe. He said he was just starting to straighten things out in Monroe when "politics entered the arena" and he quit …