Wednesday, December 22, 2010


St. Albans Police Chief Resigning

St. Albans Police Chief Joe Crawford, who joined the Department in 1986 and became police chief in July 2006, is leaving the department after 25 years of service to take a job for a private company that provides security at federal courthouses. Captain James Agee will be acting chief while Mayor Dick Callaway decides on Crawford's replacement. Crawford, who is also vice president of the state Fraternal Order of Police, will remain vice president. In addition to serving as police chief, Crawford also previously was a member of the SWAT team, worked in the detective bureau, and served on the multi-jurisdictional drug
task force for six years.

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