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45-Year Law Enforcement Career for Alex Minor Comes to an End
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 11:06 PM EDT
There are just two days left in the 45-year law enforcement career of Broome County Undersheriff Alex Minor.
After serving on the Binghamton police force Minor has spent the past five years as undersheriff.
Minor joined the Binghamton force in August of 1970 after deciding to give police work a try after leaving the army in 1969.
"And I thought, 'Well, I'll try this until something better comes along. And 45 years later here I am and, in my opinion, nothing better ever came along," said Minor.
Current Sheriff Captain Fred Akshar will take over as undersheriff on Monday, June 8th.