W.Va. police hire first woman to run patrol division


By Kathryn Gregory
Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It's a tough job running the Charleston Police Department's patrol division, but apparently they've got the right woman for it.

In fact, the department got the only woman who has ever single-handedly run the division, which is the home base for more than 90 officers, ranking from patrolman to lieutenant.

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