ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Thomas C. McClenaghan has been picked as the FBI's Special Agent in Charge for Anchorage, according to FBI Director Robert Mueller III.
McClenaghan replaces Phillip B.J. Reid, who was promoted to Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's Denver Division.
McClenaghan started working for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Austin in 1984, where he served in investigative programs. In 1987, he was transferred to the New York office and worked on foreign counterintelligence.
In 1991, McClenaghan became a supervisory special agent at FBI headquarters for the counterintelligence division. By 1993, he was moved to Houston, where he led foreign counterintelligence and also supervised a violent crime major offenders squad.
McClenaghan last served as the assistant Special Agent in Charge in Albany, N.Y.
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