MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Police confirm Chief Micheal T. Williams is on leave until his official retirement date in November.
Chief Williams told FOX10 he will be in his office Monday, October 14 and Tuesday, October 15 adding that he is having shoulder surgery on Wednesday, October 16.
Williams made the announcement Friday, October 11.
He said Deputy Chief James Barber will be the acting Chief until November 4 when Mayor-elect Sandy Stimpson takes office.
Stimpson has yet to announce who will replace the outgoing chief of police.
FOX10 will have more information on the change as it becomes available.
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