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Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, a 41-year NYPD veteran, retires

Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, a 41-year NYPD veteran, retires
Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, who had more seniority than any other active-duty cop on the force, walked out of Coney Island’s 60th Precinct stationhouse and into retirement New Year’s Eve — a day before he turned 63, the NYPD’s mandatory retirement age.

Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, who had more seniority than any other active-duty cop on the force, walked out of Coney Island’s 60th Precinct stationhouse and into retirement New Year’s Eve — a day before he turned 63, the NYPD’s mandatory retirement age.Scholl, retiring after 41 years, gets a walkout ceremony at the 60th Precinct in Brooklyn on Thursday.Scholl, retiring after 41 years, leaves in a vintage police car after his walkout ceremony at the 60th Precinct in Brooklyn on Thursday.He then went on to lead the 60th Precinct.

Hundreds of police officers gather outside the NYPD 60th Precinct in Brooklyn as Deputy Chief Charles M.NYPD Deputy Chief Charles M.

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