Fayetteville police chief retires

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFTA) — The City of Fayetteville is saying goodbye to its chief of police.

Police Chief Greg Tabor, who’s served in the role since 2006, officially retired on Friday after announcing his decision to step down last month.

Tabor joined the police department in 1985.

“Chief Tabor has made the Fayetteville Police Department one of the most progressive and responsive police departments in the state,” said Mayor Lioneld Jordan.

Deputy Chief Mike Reynolds will serve as interim chief until Mayor Lioneld Jordan hires a replacement.

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