HarryHurley.com
 
BREAKING NEWS
 
NEW YEAR'S DAY
2006
 
EXCLUSIVE
 
LEARNED & CONFIRMED
 
ATLANTIC CITY
DEPUTY POLICE
CHIEF
WIL GLASS
HAS RETIRED
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
 
The loss of Deputy Chief Glass is the latest in terrible news in Atlantic City.
 
Deputy Chief Glass performed his career with a high degree of professionalism and honor. He was a Cop's Cop and was a superior officer that Atlantic City could really be proud of.
 
HarryHurley.com has also confirmed that Glass' retirement is directly related to the disorder that the police department has been placed in, as Art Snellbaker has placed a subordinate in charge of the Department.
 
Snellbaker has left his position (some believe forever) to deal with a personal family emergency. We have learned what the "emergency" that Snellbaker is dealing with ... However, in order to show compassion and decency (something he rarely shows to others), we will keep secret the Snellbaker family situation ... and, simply wish him well with dealing with it.
 
The new era in Atlantic City couldn't be off to a more negative and worse beginning.
 
From unimaginable salary increase desires ... to, other heavy-handed tactics ... The stability that Atlantic City has enjoyed for the past four years, is already under serious threat.
 
We wish Glass the very best in his retirement ... and, this is a huge loss to the City of Atlantic City. Glass is one of the very few (if not the only) superior officers to actually live in Atlantic City. He always had the best interests of the city and the department in mind.  
 
Having someone the likes of John Mooney suddenly at the top of the department and to simultaneously lose someone of the immense character of Deputy Chief Glass ... this is a terrible trade for the citizens of Atlantic City.