N.C. Highway Patrol Commander Resigns
July 16, 2010
The commander of the N.C. Highway Patrol, Col. Randy Glover, has resigned.
A statement released by the office of Gov. Bev Perdue says she accepted Glover's resignation Friday about noon.
Glover, who Perdue named as the new commander in August, has been under fire over repeated cases of misconduct involving state troopers.
"I appreciate Col. Glover’s years of dedication to North Carolina and his leadership to the Highway Patrol, Perdue said in a written statement. "Next week I will announce the members of a Highway Patrol transition leadership team of outside advisers to work with the secretary as a new colonel is selected."
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