Officer Reed takes new job

Officer Lindell Reed, California Police Department, holds a photo given during the lunch given as he leaves the department to take another position. He will continue to serve the city as a Reserve Officer.

Officer Lindell Reed, California Police Department, holds a photo given during the lunch given as he leaves the department to take another position. He will continue to serve the city as a Reserve Officer. Photo by David Wilson.

California Police Officer Lindell Reed is leaving his full-time position with the department to become a computer specialist with Huber and Associates, Inc., Jefferson City. He is not completely leaving the department, however. At the request of Mike Ward, the incoming new Police Chief, Reed has agreed to become a Reserve Officer for the department.

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The officers of the California Police Department join Lindell Reed, center, at the lunch to honor him on the occasion of his leaving to take a position with a computer firm.

The department held a noon lunch in his honor on Wednesday, Aug. 28, with his fellow officers and many of the city employees stopping by to wish him well and enjoy the lunch.

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