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News - May 13, 2011

Spiller sworn in as new Pleasanton police chief

'I take my oath very seriously,' new chief tells crowd

by Glenn Wohltmann

An overflow crowd gathered at Pleasanton's City Council chamber Monday to welcome the city's new chief of police, Dave Spiller.

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Posted by But...
a resident of Ruby Hill
on Jul 27, 2011 at 1:39 pm

Frazier gets charged with spying on US Citizens and in less than one
month be decides to retire take his undeserving pension and run. Do you think we can't see whats going on? Like we can't read between the lines? Why wasn't the most important guy at that swearing in ceromony?
No more B.S. lies. No more cooked up comstat reports. No more
racial profiling. No more biggotry. No more plaques for hacks.
Frazier got busted by some guy who clearly wasn't going to stand for
that kind of policing. Good riddens to Bad Rubbish.


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Posted by Republican in the know
a resident of Birdland
on Jul 28, 2011 at 8:06 am

@But....

Exactly right. Some of my teens tell me Frazier doesn't even have a daughter. I think the Obama admin scarffed him up to impose Draculonian measures on us.


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Posted by GX
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jul 28, 2011 at 8:38 am

This is highly, highly unusual. Someone gets promoted in May and then leaves the post in July.

Why isn't Pleasanton Weekly covering this?

All I could find was a short piece in the Contra Costa Times.