DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - A vice president of the United Auto Workers who leads the U.S. union's relations with Chrysler Group was arrested this week on a domestic matter, law enforcement officials said. General Holiefield, who once was considered a contender to replace past UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, was not charged but was arrested on Monday, said the Macomb County Sheriff's Department. Macomb County is north of Detroit. Holiefield, 58, was released, but the matter is under ...
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