Retired N.M. officer now an aspiring photographer


By Amanda A. Stevens
Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE — Retired Corrales police officer Greg Hagel wants his photographs to be in National Geographic magazine. "So far, 11 (photographs) have been accepted (by the magazine). None have been published, but I have my fingers crossed," Hagel said.

Hagel, 60, retired from the Corrales Police Department in December after 6½ years. Before that, he was a police officer for 10 years with the Albuquerque Police Department in the Criminal Scene Investigation unit, he said.

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