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Maryland State Police Superintendent to Retire

Colonel Woodrow W. “Jerry” Jones III, who heads the Maryland State Police will be stepping down in December, according to a statement from Gov. Larry Hogan. Jones has a 35-year career in law enforcement and resides in Dorchester County. Prior to becoming superintendent in Feb. 2020, Jones served more than four years as chief of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police.

The governor named Lt. Col. l Roland L. Butler Jr., currently chief of the Field Operations Bureau, to become acting superintendent on Jan. 1, 2023, following Jones’s retirement.

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