LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The FBI has a new leader in Louisville.
Howard S. Marshall is the agency's new special agent in charge of the Louisville Division.
Marshall was previously inspector in the Inspection Division at FBI headquarters in Washington. His career with the FBI began in 1997 in St. Louis. He was also previously assigned to Memphis, Tennessee, and Dallas.
The FBI announced on Monday that Director James B. Comey had named Marshall to the post.
Marshall succeeds Perrye K. Turner, who is taking the helm in the agency's Houston office.
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