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It’s Raining SACs; FBI Announces 4 New Ones

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

On Monday, it appeared to be raining new special agents in charge at the FBI.

The agency announced the names of four new SACs: Christopher M. Piehota for the Buffalo Division; James L. Turgal for the Phoenix Division; Stephen L. Morris for the Houston Division and David A. Ford for the Springfield, Ill. Division.

Christopher M. Piehota most recently served as the deputy director for operations at the Terrorist Screening Center. He started his career as an agent in 1995 at the Newark office.

James L. Turgal most recently served as special assistant to the deputy director. He entered the FBI in 1996 and was first assigned to Houston.

David A. Ford most recently served as chief of the Cyber Intelligence Section and was the senior executive responsible for organizing and leading the FBI’s analysis and reporting on cyber terrorism, cyber espionage, Internet fraud, intellectual property rights theft, and other high-technology crimes. He joined the FBI in 1992 in South Carolina.

Stephen L. Morris most recently served as deputy assistant director in the Criminal Justice Information Services Division. He joined the FBI in 1988 as  as an administrative file clerk in the Honolulu Division.  In 1991, he completed new agent training in Quantico and was assigned to the El Paso bureau.


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