The FBI field offices in Detroit and Louisville have new leaders.
James A. Tarasca, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Detroit Field Office, is retiring, ending a 24-year career with the bureau, the FBI announced Friday.
“He was just a once-in-a-generation leader, charismatic, intelligent, brave.”
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By Allan Lengel Marcia G. Cooke, a former federal magistrate judge in Detroit who eventually became a federal judge in Miami, and handled high profile cases including the infamous “dirty bomber,” died Friday in Detroit after battling health issues in the past year. She was 68. Cooke, a staunch Democrat, was appointed to the bench…
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James A. Tarasca, who was serving as deputy assistant director in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI headquarters, has been named special agent in charge of the Detroit Field Office.
Robert B. Danley has bene named the new chief patrol agent of CBP’s Detroit Sector.