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Welsh mayor urges police chief not to resign

Last Modified: Friday, January 24, 2014 3:56 PM

By Doris Maricle / American Press

WELSH — Police Chief Marcus Crochet dismissed reports Thursday that he had resigned from the office he has held for a year.

“I have not given a letter to the mayor or the secretary of state,” Crochet told the American Press.

Mayor Carolyn Louviere said Crochet had a letter of resignation to turn in Thursday, but that it had not been properly notarized.

“He passed by my office this morning and had it, but he had to go get it notarized to turn in,” she said. “He has not given it to me yet.”

Louviere said she begged Crochet not to turn the resignation in.

Crochet unseated former Police Chief Tommy Chaisson in a 2012 election.

Posted By: someobe5 On: 1/25/2014

Title: police chief

That's the problem only residents of welsh can run for chief. They need to bring in someone from outside welsh with lots of experience to be chief

Posted By: Persons On: 1/25/2014

Title: Murders

they need a person to come in make welsh safe again because they have murder cases not closed yet it been 2yrs

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