Former Chattanooga Police Assistant Chief Tim Carroll recently retired from working at the department where he worked approximately 450 homicides. Carroll began his career in law enforcement working as a deputy at Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in 1979. He's pictured with his first patrol car, a 1974 Ford Custom 500 which has a 1975 front end.
Former Chattanooga Police Assistant Chief Tim Carroll recently retired from working at the department where he worked approximately 450 homicides. Carroll began his career in law enforcement working as a deputy at Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in 1979. He's pictured with his first patrol car, a 1974 Ford Custom 500 which has a 1975 front end.
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published Monday, April 9th, 2012
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