Charleston Police Chief Luther T. Reynolds passed away on Monday, following a battle with cancer. Reynolds was 56 years old. He was appointed Chief of Police of the Charleston Police Department on April 16, 2018, following 29 years of professional law enforcement experience serving the residents of Montgomery County, Maryland. He is survived by his wife, Caroline, and children, Luke and Grace.
Chief Reynolds was previously an Assistant Chief of Police for the Montgomery County Police Department in Maryland since 2013. He has worked for the Montgomery County Police Department since 1988 and held the ranks of Patrol Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Assistant Chief. He served as Captain/Station Commander in the 2nd District, Captain/Director of the Personnel Division, Captain/Director of the Training and Education Division, Captain/Commander of the Special Operations Division, Captain/Station Commander, Assistant Chief of the Administrative Bureau, and Assistant Chief of the Patrol Bureau.
Courtesy of Charleston-SC.gov