Police veteran to retire soon

Staff Writer

Longtime investigator Capt. L.C. Smith has retired from the Grenada Police Department, according to City Hall.

Smith, a 20-year veteran with the  department, announced his retirement last week, according to City Manager Trey Baker.

“It’s a done deal, he’s retiring and I’ve signed all of the paper work,” Baker said.

For the past two years, Smith was chief of detectives.  He was the director of domestic violence before taking over the investigations unit.

Smith, 46, is currently a constable in Montgomery County and is a former Police Chief of Duck Hill.

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