Manager says police chief was target of 'witch hunt'
“It may have been a way for Ken to relieve his frustration on what may have been a losing battle for him”
Rochester Police Chief Ted Glynn's decision to retire at the end of the month is being greeted as a positive step by his critics, but an unfortunate move by his backers. via Hometown Life
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#1 Jun 21, 2007
He wanted a buyout package, the City Manager didn't want to give him one. The department is going through changes, positive changes to keep the police force in the city. It was time for a change, a new face, new chief.
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