Montpelier’s former police chief gets job with the DMV
MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) - Montpelier’s former police chief already has a new job.
Anthony Facos is joining the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles as the Enforcement and Safety Director after retiring last month from the Montpelier Police Department.
He’ll start mid-August and replace Col. William “Jake” Elovirta, who is retiring after 33 years with the state.
Commissioner Wanda Minoli says Facos has a wealth of law enforcement knowledge and experience with modern policing practices that will truly benefit the DMV and Vermonters.
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