DETROIT (FOX 2) – Detroit Police Chief James Craig announced during a 2 p.m. press conference on Monday, May 10, that he’s retiring from the Detroit Police Department, effective June 1.
News of Craig’s retirement leaked Friday night when sources told FOX 2 first that Craig would retire with eyes on a state-wide office, reportedly governor, according to FOX 2 sources.
Craig said on Monday that he is retiring voluntarily and is not being forced out of the role.
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