Crime & Courts

April 22, 2013 3:30 PM

Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott resigns, citing stress

Police Chief Randy Scott tearfully promised Monday to reveal more details about a post-traumatic stress disorder condition that ended his career at the police department, as Columbia officials embark on a national search to find the city’s seventh chief since 2007.

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