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Las Cruces police chief to retire

Las Cruces police chief to retire

The Associated Press
July 29, 2017 08:14 AM

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - Las Cruces Police Chief Jaime Montoya has set his retirement date for later this year.

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City Manager Stuart Ed announced Friday that Montoya will retire on Dec. 23. He was named police chief in December 2013.

Montoya is a 26-year veteran of the Las Cruces Police Department.

He holds a bachelor's degree from New Mexico State University and graduated from the Las Cruces Police Academy in 1991.

During his career, Montoya served as a patrol officer, traffic officer, detective, sergeant, lieutenant and deputy chief in charge of the department's operations and budget.

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