MPD Chief Janeé Harteau marries longtime same-sex partner [PHOTO]

Regarding Harteau's wedding, Mayor Rybak tweeted: "My best to a Chief and Sgt. who met while protecting and serving Mpls, and still do every day."
On Friday, Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau became the highest profile gay Minnesotan to get married since same-sex marriage became legal on August 1.

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Harteau tied the knot with fellow Minneapolis cop Sergeant Holly Keegel in a ceremony officiated by -- who else? -- Mayor R.T. Rybak.

On Saturday, Harteau tweeted out this picture from her wedding night: Over the weekend, Harteau told CJ that after a quarter-century of being with Keegel, tying the knot wasn't a big deal.

"I couldn't be any more married," Harteau said. "Now we'll just make it legal."

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