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Special Agent in Charge of Nevada Office Retires to Head Nonprofit

Ken Favreau
Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Kevin Favreau, FBI special agent in charge of the Nevada office, has retired from the bureau to take a job as head of a nonprofit youth golf leadership program, the Associated Press reports.

Favreau, 51, worked with the bureau for three decades.

“I am still only 51 years old, and the new job with the First Tee of Southern Nevada is right up my alley,” he said in an email to the AP. “It was a great career. After 29 years … I think it is just time to try something new.”

During his career, Favreau served as special agent of counterintelligence for the FBI Washington, D.C., field office and assistant director of intelligence. He arrived in Las Vegas in January 2010.

His first days in Nevada were memorable ones. A social security recipient with a shotgun killed a security guard and injured a U.S. marshal at the the Lloyd D. George U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building in downtown Las Vegas.


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