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New Leader Takes Over ATF Houston Field Division

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

 Melvin D. King Jr.’s long law-enforcement career is taking him to Houston, where he will be the new special agent in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Field Division, according to ATF.

King began his career with the federal agency in 1988, when he was assigned to the Washington Field Division in Richmond. He helped found “Project Exile,” a strategy to reduce firearms in cities.

Since then, King has worked in New Jersey, South Carolina and North Carolina, according to the agency.

“I am happy to be here in South Texas and under my leadership we will continue the ATF mission to reduce violent crime and stop firearms trafficking to criminals both domestically and internationally,” King said a press release. “I plan to continue to work closely with other law enforcement agencies and prosecutors. Another one of my priorities will be to partner with the firearms and explosives dealers in South Texas as we conduct our mission to regulate the industry.”


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