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Thank you Police Chief Veselka for your service to the citizens of Moody.
Moody police chief resigns
Kristin Hoppa | Waco Tribune
Moody Police Chief Chris Veselka resigned Monday morning, but he said he will continue to support the McLennan County city of about 1,400 residents.
“I am so proud to have had the opportunity to work with such a wonderful, diverse group of people, and it is the most humbling opportunity I’ve ever had to work with such a great group of people here in Moody,” Veselka said.