by Geoff Fox
After eight months with the Hancock Police Department, Officer Quentin Brown has resigned. Sgt. Rich Miller made the announcement Monday on social media.
Brown’s resignation was accepted June 4, the post said.
In the Hancock Police Department’s social media post, Miller said Brown leaves the department in “good standing.”
While a member of the Hancock Police Department, Brown having an open line of communication with the youth of the community and establishing the Christmas program “Shop with a Cop.”
“We wish Quentin well in his future endeavors,” Miller said in the post.
Brown joined the Hancock Police in September 2021 after a stint with the Hagerstown Police Department.
Brown’s resignation won’t create a hole in the Hancock Police’s coverage of the town.
On June 3, Officer O’Brien and Officer Walls graduated from the Police Academy. The two new officers were to be sworn in during the June 7 town meeting.