Wiscasset police chief resigns

By | June 13, 2018

Wiscasset Police Chief Jeff Lange has resigned his position effective July 26.

Lange, who has served as the town’s chief for just over two years, will retire from law enforcement and move to New Hampshire, where his wife of seven months lives.

The two will operate their business, Maine Identity Services, Lange said Wednesday.

Lange has served in public safety since 1989 and in law enforcement since 1993, he said.

The Wiscasset Police Department includes four full-time officers, including the chief, and five reserve officers.

Just three months ago, Wiscasset selectmen voted to ask voters if they wished to eliminate the town’s ambulance service …read more

Source: Bangor Daily News

    

Wiscasset police chief resigns

By | June 13, 2018

Wiscasset Police Chief Jeff Lange has resigned his position effective July 26.

Lange, who has served as the town’s chief for just over two years, will retire from law enforcement and move to New Hampshire, where his wife of seven months lives.

The two will operate their business, Maine Identity Services, Lange said Wednesday.

Lange has served in public safety since 1989 and in law enforcement since 1993, he said.

The Wiscasset Police Department includes four full-time officers, including the chief, and five reserve officers.

Just three months ago, Wiscasset selectmen voted to ask voters if they wished to eliminate the town’s ambulance service …read more

Source: Bangor Daily News