March 5, 2016
Chief Frank Returns!
This was the bio in the local paper when Chief Frank joined the City of Corinth PD as Administrative Lieutenant assigned to the office of the Chief of Police:
McElligott is a thirty-seven year law enforcement veteran and started his law enforcement career with the Greece Police Department in upstate New York. He moved to Plano in 1979 and joined the Plano Police Department where he served in various capacities such as patrol, criminal investigations, narcotics, professional standards, crime prevention training division and supervised the hostage negotiation team. After 28 years, McElligott retired from Plano PD and became the chief of police in Hutchins. During his six and a half years as chief, Hutchins achieved recognized status from the Texas Police Chiefs Best Practices program as well as developed numerous crime prevention initiatives.
We, of course, know Chief Frank as the "criminal whisperer" able to identify, track, and arrest criminals, then tell us those stories with an extra side of funny.
There is a $10 fee (cash only – please bring fives or ones) for the program and drinks-only attendees. The fee is reduced to $5.00 (cash only) for those staying for lunch. All who attend are encouraged to remain and break bread(sticks) with your fellow writers.