DETROIT — The FBI has appointed a new head of the agency’s Detroit office.

FBI Director Christopher Wray announced this week that Timothy Slater would serve as special agent in charge of the Detroit Division starting in March. Slater most recently served as the special agent in charge of the Criminal/Cyber Division at the Washington Field Office.

Slater, who has been with the FBI since 1999, has also worked in the Detroit and Miami divisions. He will succeed David Gelios, whose retirement was recently announced.

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