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Home  |  News  |  Chapin picks new police chief

Chapin picks new police chief
Tuesday, December 6, 2011

 
CHAPIN, SC - Lexington County Deputy Troy Crump is coming on board as Chapin’s new police chief.

Crump, who will be paid $55.000 yearly, was chosen from among three dozen applicants, Mayor Stan Shealy said.

The appointment is set to receive Town Council approval Tuesday.

Crump has 19 years’ experience in law enforcement, most recently serving as a crime scene investigator.

He grew up in the area around the town of nearly 1,500 residents and lives nearby.

Crump replaces Dave Rodgers, who resigned in August after five years on the job. Town Council members had informed Rodgers they were ready to fire him for unspecified reasons, according to a letter made released by town officials.

Source: http://www.thestate.com/2011/12/05/2069751/chapin-picks-new-police-chief.html

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