Head of US Capitol Police to step down in January | News
WASHINGTON (AP) - The chief of the U.S. Capitol Police is planning to retire in January.
In a statement late Monday, the U.S. Capitol Police Board said Kim Dine would step down and thanked him for his leadership after more than 2½ years.
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Dine faced tough questions from lawmakers in May after officers accidentally left their guns in the Capitol's public bathrooms three times this year. One gun was found by a child. Dine said officers were receiving additional training.
In a separate incident, a protester flew a small gyrocopter onto the grounds of the Capitol in April.
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