David Gelios, special agent in charge of the FBI's Detroit office, has retired, the FBI announced Thursday in a Twitter post.
Gelios was announced as head of the Detroit office in September 2015, and started work the next month. He came to Detroit from Washington, D.C., and replaced Paul Abbate, who moved to the FBI's Washington field office.
Gelios is an Ohio native who in addition to Detroit has served in Kentucky, California, Connecticut, Alaska and Washington, D.C. His career with the FBI began in 1995.
Most recently, he oversaw FBI field office inspections, national program reviews and agent-involved shooting investigations.