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" By Scott Leamon WSLS Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org // ROANOKE - The man who brought Roanoke Police Chief Joe Gaskins to Roanoke called him a “strong, steady leader.“ Former Roanoke city manager Bob Herbert hired Gaskins to lead the police department back in 1998. “Chief Gaskins has been a steady, strong leader,“ Herbert said. “[He was] there when we needed ..."
"By Angela Hatcher | WSLS10 Reporter/Anchor Published: June 4, 2010 Updated: June 4, 2010 Roanoke Police welcome eight new officers, while preparing to say goodbye to the police chief. The 62nd Basic Law Enforcement Class graduated Friday. Chief Joe Gaskins presented the new officers with their certificates and badges. Gaskins retires in eight days, after 39 years in law enforcement. He spent the ..."