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Savannah-Chatham Crimestoppers Director to Retire

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Demery Bishop has been the executive director of Crimestoppers for the last 14 years Demery Bishop has been the executive director of Crimestoppers for the last 14 years
Demery Bishop offers up some of Savannah's Most Wanted every week with Kim Gusby Demery Bishop offers up some of Savannah's Most Wanted every week with Kim Gusby
CHATHAM COUNTY, GA -

A familiar face and a key component in the building of Savannah-Chatham Crimestoppers is on his way out.

Demery Bishop, who you watch on Coastal Sunrise profiling suspects each week, is retiring.

Bishop has been the Executive Director of Crimestoppers of Savannah-Chatham County for the last 14 years, and under his watch, thousands of tips have come in, and hundreds of criminals put behind bars.

Bishop, who also teaches at Armstrong Atlantic State University, is officially leaving November 1st to work on other projects, including a new company with his son.

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