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VSP, attorney general investigating former Windsor police chief

Published 10:33am Friday, January 10, 2014

WINDSOR—Windsor Town Manager Michael Stallings and Mayor Carita Richardson both confirmed Thursday that there’s an ongoing criminal investigation into Arlis “Vic” Reynolds, the town’s former chief of police.


Reynolds was fired the morning of Saturday, Dec. 21; no explanation was given because it was a personnel matter, according to Richardson.

Stallings also confirmed that the Virginia State Police and Attorney General’s Office are the investigating agencies. Further, no criminal charges have been made.

Richardson verified the town officials have not yet received any requests – formal or otherwise – of records pertaining to the former police chief.

In the meantime, First Sgt. R.D. Riddle is leading the police department.

  • SlimPickens

    I heard a ‘rumor’(?) that his car was pulled from a ditch after he left a party over the holidays….someone saw and started asking questions…..

    Since “We the People” pay his freakin salary I think the general public needs to know what the heck is going on!!!

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  • simplifyingit

    You got to be really messing up to get fired on a saturday morning!!! Someone in Windsor needs to spill the beans!!! What was he doing?

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  • jeffturner

    What the heck did he do?

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