Oct 10, 2016 10:51 PM
CONCORD — It's official, New Hampshire state police have a new leader.
At a packed State Capitol, Gov. Maggie Hassan swore in Colonel Christopher Wagner as director. Wagner will replace Robert Quinn, who was recently promoted to assistant commissioner of the Department of Safety.
Hassan thanked Wagner's family for the support they've given, and the sacrificed they've made as a law enforcement family.
State and federal law enforcement leaders from across New England, family and friends were all gathered to mark the opening of a new chapter for the State Police.
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