December 31, 2003
Moultrie - A south Georgia police chief has resigned.
Moultrie Police Chief Mike Boyd turned in his resignation to accept a job in Gwinnett County where he used to work.
As a Chief Deputy with the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office he will command more than 400 people. His last day in Moultrie will be January 16th.
An acting chief will take over duties until a new chief is hired.
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