Louisa Police Chief To Take Middleburg Post
March 25, 2012 | Virginia News
The Middleburg Town Council has selected the town’s next police chief. Anthony J. “AJ” Panebianco will take up the position in one month.
Panebianco currently serves as chief of police for the Town of Louisa and has spent his 22-year career serving in small Virginia towns. He also worked in the Town of Warsaw and the City of Buena Vista. He holds a bachelor’s degree in administration of justice from Bluefield College and is a graduate of the 12th session of the Virginia Chief’s Foundation/Richmond University Robins School of Business Professional Executive Leadership School (PELS). Panebianco has been the recipient of numerous awards during his career, including a 2009 second place Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Challenge award for small departments.
He will take over for Chief Bill Klugh, who will retire May 1.
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