Pease named Rockland deputy police chief

By Stephen Betts | Nov 09, 2018
James Pease, right, is shown in a December 2014 photo receiving a certificate from then-Rockland Mayor Frank Isganitis for 20 years of service with the police department.

Rockland — James Pease, a veteran Rockland police officer, is the city's new deputy police chief.

His appointment was announced Thursday, Nov. 8, by Rockland City Manager Tom Luttrell.

Pease was hired by the city in November 1994. He came to the Rockland department after being a deputy for the Waldo County Sheriff's Office.

He was promoted to detective sergeant and was assigned to the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, where he became regional supervisory agent.

Pease succeeds Christopher Young, who was appointed chief last month upon the retirement of Bruce Boucher.

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