N.C. cop 'looked after his town'
By Jeri Rowe
News & Record
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Harold Scott's office is empty.
He'll retire Wednesday morning as assistant police chief, and during his retirement ceremony inside the City Council chambers, he'll give his badge - No. 986 - to his son and his daughter and begin thinking about the next chapter in his life.
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