Thursday, December 30, 2010


Retiring St. Albans Police Chief Honored

Retiring St. Albans Police Chief Joe Crawford was honored Thursday as dozens of fellow police officers, friends, family and public officials came to an informal retirement party at St. Albans City Council chambers. Crawford, 46, is retiring after 23 years at the St. Albans Police Department to take a private security job. He worked as a police officer at the Dunbar Police Department for a year before moving to the St. Albans force in 1987. Current Mayor Dick Callaway asked Crawford to be police chief in 2006. He accepted the job and now says he has no regrets.

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