Ga. chief resigns following car crash
By Yolanda Rodriguez
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
KENNESAW, Ga. — Kennesaw's police chief abruptly resigned Wednesday, a few days after he totaled his city car and officials started an investigation into the accident.
Tim Callahan, who was named chief in December 2002, told city officials he was leaving to pursue other opportunities. His resignation from the $81,452-a-year job is effective April 1, said David Layman, a spokesperson for the city.
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