CLEVELAND — Longtime Cleveland FBI spokeswoman agent Vicki Anderson-Gregg, announced her retirement on Wednesday.
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Anderson-Gregg has been in the position for nearly 10 years and an FBI agent for 20 years.
In that time, she has worked closety with missing persons cases, scams, fugitives and more.
Anderson-Gregg's last day will be in two weeks, on Dec. 22. She says she plans to remain in the Cleveland area following retirement.
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